India shouldn’t play with fire, results will be out of control in case of any adventure: DG ISPR
RAWALPINDI (92 News) – DG ISPR Lt Gen Babar Iftikhar has warned that India should not play with fire and results will be out of control in case of any adventure.
In a statement on Wednesday, he said that Pakistan will give a vigorous response to any Indian adventure. “India wants to carry out a false flag operation and it will stage a Pulwama-like drama,” he warned.
The DG ISPR said that India had witnessed the show of its power last year. “The situation on the Line of Control (LoC) is serious. They biggest Indian drama was Pulwama II where a vehicle was destroyed in broad daylight to disappear the evidence. India has suffered a defeat at several fronts. India is interfering in the matters where we have no common borders,” he said.
Lt Gen Babar Iftikhar said that the Indian quadcopters violated several times and they were shot down by Pak Army. “India accuses us of being a launch pad. The UN Observer Group is completely free to visit any place on the Pakistan side. This group has never been denied any access. Moreover, Pakistan has taken the international media to these areas several times,” he declared.
He said that all old matters in the region are related to India. “India had to face embarrassment in the maps on the India-Nepal border. Coronavirus is spreading fast in India and it economy is suffering setbacks,” he concluded.