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Pakistan Foreign Minister alleges 'India planning surgical strike'

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Pakistan Foreign Minister alleges 'India planning surgical strike'

Pakistan Foreign Minister alleges 'India planning surgical strike'

2016's surgical strike continues to haunt Pakistan.

Pakistan has claimed that "India is planning surgical strike to divert attention from its 'domestic troubles'".

Pakistan Foreign Minister Qureshi claimed that Islamabad has 'credible inputs'.

Qureshi's made startling claims during press conference in Abu Dhabi on December 18.

"An important development has cropped up [...] I've learned through our intelligence forces [...] that India is planning a surgical strike against Pakistan," Pakistan's news outlet Dawn quoted Qureshi.

NSA to Pakistan Prime Minister in a series of tweets echoed with Pakistan Foreign Minister.

Foreign Minister's comments come amid frequent ceasefire violations by his country.

His claims come days after two Pakistan Army soldiers were killed along the Line of Control (LoC) opposite Naushera sector in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district by the Indian Army while retaliating to ceasefire violation by the Pakistan.

Qureshi made similar claims in April 2019 when he had said Pakistan has "reliable intelligence" that India will attack.

In 2016, days after Pakistani terrorists attacked the Indian Army at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir, Indian Army conducted a surgical strike across Line of Control in Pakistan occupied Kashmir and destroyed launch pads completely, killing many terrorists.


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