PM Imran Khan says, “Make no mistake: India will get a befitting response if it conducts the false-flag operation.”
Prime Minister Imran Khan illuminated the international watchdogs on Sunday that Pakistan will give India a “befitting response” if it carried out a “false-flag operation” against Pakistan.
The thread of Tweets by the premier warned that India’s BJP-led Hindu nationalist government will intentionally strategize such operation against Pakistan just to deflect its public’s attention from the country’s “internal mess”.
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“I want to again warn the world community, as India’s internal problems mount, especially economic recession, growing farmers protests and mishandling of Covid-19, the Modi government will divert from the internal mess by conducting a false flag operation against Pakistan.”The Prime Minister tweeted.
His statement, “it would confront a strong national Pakistani resolve and be given a befitting response at all levels of the threat. Make no mistake” made the possible response quite clear.
Two days before Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi revealed in UAE that they had valid information about India planning a ‘surgical strike’ against Pakistan which in return is an effort to pursue “tacit approval” for a go-ahead from its international partners.
PM Khan also accursed the Indian troops targeting a United Nations vehicle on Friday in which two officers of the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) were traveling.
“In complete violation of international law, India’s deliberate firing at LoC on UNMOGIP vehicle, despite clear UN markings and flying blue UN flag, shows India’s total disregard for all international norms of acceptable state behavior and respect for UNMOGIP law and UN.”He further said.
The premier also highlighted that in 2020 alone, there had been 3,000 Indian ceasefire violations along the LoC and Working Boundary.
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He said the “unprovoked firing deliberately targeting civilians” resulted in 276 casualties, of which 92 were women and 68 children.