On Friday Pakistan is set to hold security council meeting after India had sent a strong warning saying that its neighboring country will have to bear an “unaffordable” cost if it persists with its “adventurism”.
Eight people have lost their lives and around 60 people have been injured, in the week long violence in Kashmir.
Modi, while addressing an election rally in Maharashtra, the NCP chief and former Defence Minister Sharad Pawar, slammed those targeting the government on the issue through a public discourse, saying it demoralized the jawans fighting on the border.
Modi said that, “Such an issue should not be part of a political debate… Elections will come and go, governments will come and go, but please don’t demoralize those fighting on the border by debating these things for political gains”.
A BSF spokesman said in Jammu that, “Pakistani Rangers continued with unprovoked mortar shelling and heavy automatic weapon firing on BSF posts all along International Border (IB) since 2045 hours last night”.