Pakistan has alleged that India is planning another surgical strike on Pakistani soil across the border to divert attention from its internal problems. Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi made the remarks while addressing a function in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on Friday. Along with this, he called on the international community to ease tensions between the two nuclear weapon states. Qatar-based Al Jazeera reported.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi is visiting the United Arab Emirates. There he met reporters on Friday after a meeting with the UAE leadership on various issues. “According to reports from our various intelligence agencies, India is again planning a surgical strike on Pakistani soil,” he said. And for this they are secretly negotiating with the countries they consider their partners. He is trying to get approval for a surgical strike from them. ‘
Qureshi also warned that Pakistan would retaliate if India attacked.
Pakistan’s foreign minister claims that the BJP government in India is currently under pressure on various issues, including the peasant movement. Therefore, they are planning to launch another attack to cross the border in Pakistan and divert the attention of the common people from the important issues of the country. However, more troops were deployed along the India-Pakistan border after receiving the news through intelligence. Care is also being taken
A few days ago, he feared that India could make such a plan. He claimed that India had failed to control coronavirus infection. This has had a widespread impact on their economy. After all, after protests from farmers, as well as opposition, lawyers and students, Delhi is now speaking in a threatening tone. So they can choose another way to divert attention from internal challenges. He is at full risk.
Since gaining independence from the British in 1947, India and Pakistan have been engaged in all three wars. In February 2019, Indian warplanes entered Pakistani territory. Pakistan then shot down an Indian war plane. This incident created renewed tension between the two countries.