Pakistan News: In the year 2019, India had conducted air strikes in Balakot. In which India claimed to have destroyed some terrorist camps. During this, Indian and Pakistani jets clashed with each other in the air. Due to which a situation of tension was created between the two countries. Pakistan had also taken Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman into custody. However, he was later released.
Pakistan’s acting Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar is afraid that ‘Balakot’ like action may be taken again before the Lok Sabha elections in India. Recalling the Balakot strike, Pakistan PM Kakar warned India that if there is another attack like the 2019 Balakot strike before the Lok Sabha elections, Pakistan will give a befitting reply.
Pointing towards India, Kakar said in a podcast, if someone tries to attack our land, Pakistan will do exactly the same as it did in 2019. We will shoot down their planes. We will respond in the same manner, neither our bullets are old nor our resolve has weakened. We have new bullets and our determination is also quite new and fresh. No one should be under any illusion about Pakistan’s response.
Pak PM said this on Kashmir
Kakar has also given a statement once again on the Kashmir issue. He said that India and Pakistan should together resolve the Kashmir dispute. The possibility of conflict will remain until the Kashmir dispute is resolved and this tension may also increase. Kakar said that the issue of Kashmir is not only important for the people of Kashmir and India and Pakistan but it affects the entire South Asia.
‘Threat of terrorism on Pakistan’s elections’
Elections are going to be held in Pakistan next month. Speaking about these elections, Pakistan’s acting PM Kakar said that there is a threat of terrorism on these elections. The fear of terrorists is visible especially in some areas of Southern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan. This fear is creating problems for the election candidates. Kakar said that there are some difficulties, but it is not right to question the validity of the entire electoral process.
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