India violated LOC, Pakistan reserves right to give a befitting reply: FM’s policy statement
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that India has violated the Line of Control and Pakistan has right to give a befitting reply.
Giving the policy statement after the violation of the LOC by Indian aircraft on Tuesday, he said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has summoned a meeting on the current situation.
“The nation needs not to worry. The Pak Army is ready to defend each inch of the country,” he said.
اقوام متحد ہ کو بھارتی ایئر فورس کی جانب سے دراندازی کی کوششوں کا سخت نوٹس لینا چاہیے پاکستانی شاہینوں نے دشمن کوہمیشہ کی طر ح منہ توڑ جواب دیا ہے آج ملکی دفاع کیلئے پوری قوم افواج پاکستان اور حکومت کیساتھ کھڑی ہے
— Mohammad Sarwar (@ChMSarwar) February 26, 2019
On the other hand, Punjab Governor Ch Muhammad Sarwar has said that the United Nations should take notice of the violation by Indian aircraft. “Pakistani eagles have always given a befitting reply to the enemy,” he maintained.
The governor said that today the nation stands with the armed forces and the government.
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has summoned an emergency meeting at the Foreign Office today to discuss the situation in the wake of Indian Air Force’s violation of Line of Control.
The meeting will discuss the security situation. It will be attended by former secretaries and senior ambassadors.