ISLAMABAD: pakistani army hit back in India for claiming that it was in stance and ready to annex Azad Jammu and Kashmir, calling the comments a “suitable manifestation” of “delusional thinking” of the neighboring people.
It is reported by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). in response to Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi, Deputy Chief of indian army, who earlier this week announced that his men were ready fulfill orders like “taking back an independent KashmirIt is reported by the Economic Times.
By declaring a threat to Pakistan, General Dwivedi responded to Rajnath Singh’s October statement, minister of India, in which he claimed people in Azad Kashmir has been subjected to rights violations and that Islamabad will someday have to pay price, according to Hindustan Times.
But the main military the spokesman stated that “an unsubstantiated statement […] is a suitable expression of Delusional thinking of the Indian armed forces and shows a vivid imprint of internal political window dressing on Indian military thought.”
“False remarks and unfounded accusations of the so-called “launchers” and “terrorists” are an attempt to divert attention from the repressive actions of the Indian army. use of force and gross violations of human rights against innocent, unarmed Kashmiris seeking for their right of self-determination supported international by law and fixed in UN Security Council (UN) resolutions,” the agency said in a statement. in a series of early morning tweets.
It goes on to say that “lofty pretensions and surreal ambitions are intellectually offensive”. “[The] Pakistan military this is force for good and supporter of regional peace and stability, added.
However, the army warned that Pakistan’s desire for the world “corresponds with our ability and readiness to prevent any adventure or aggression against our territory, a statement, fully confirmed on many times, including recently in Balakot episode.
On 27 February 2019, the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) shot down an invading MiG-21 aircraft and captured its pilot, Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, after the aircraft crashed. in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
next day, islamabad announced his release in gesture of benevolence, widely acclaimed international community.
event came a few days after India announced its warplanes hit “combat training camp” in city of Balakot and killed a large number of “terrorists”.
On Thursday, the Pakistani army also said that in interest of regional world, New Delhi would do well to refrain from “irresponsible rhetoric and caustic messages ashore”. up selective support for regressive ideology of their political masters”.