Pakistan on Wednesday rejected Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s accusation that the neighbouring country is remunerating a proxy war against India. Pakistan also rejected Modi’s ‘terrorism charges’ as ‘baseless rheoteric’.
Our Armed Forces are ready to defend Pakistan borders and thwart every threat of aggression, Pakistan’s government spokesperson said in a statement.
The spokesperson further suggested that instead of engaging in a blame game, India and Pakistan should focus on resolving all issues through dialogue.
Mr. Modi on his trip to Kashmir on Tuesday made an statement, “The neighbouring country has lost the strength to fight a conventional war but continues to engage in the proxy war of terrorism,” he told officers and men from the army and air force in the region of Leh. He then became the first PM to visit Kargil since the 1999 war with Pakistan.”