ISLAMABAD - Pakistan on Saturday warned India of any miscalculation about its resolve to thwart any aggression, saying the ‘unfolded’ allegations and provocative statements from its side are not conducive for peace in the region.  “There must not be any miscalculation about Pakistan’s resolve to defend itself and thwart any aggression,” Foreign Offices Spokesperson Tasnim Aslam said in response to certain provocative statements by Indian ministers.
She said that these unfounded allegations and provocative statements are not conducive to peace in the region. The spokesperson’s remarks was apparently in response of the Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, who Thursday warned Pakistan of ‘strong actions’ in six months”.  “I feel that there has to be some strong response which will once and for all reduce these blatant attempts. It’s an open secret that they [militants] came from Pakistan,” Parrikar was quoted by the Indian media as having said during his visit to the Indian occupied Kashmir on Thursday to review the security situation following the deadliest attacks on Indian troops in which 11 security personnel and two civilians were killed.
In response to a question about the recent statements by Indian Ministers, the Spokesperson said that these unfounded allegations and provocative statements are not conducive to peace in the region. There must not be any miscalculation about Pakistan’s resolve to defend itself and thwart any aggression.