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Pakistan termed the assertion made by the Indian Air Force chief that it was capable of battle with China and Pakistan at an analogous time, as irresponsible and talked about that India should have in mind its “protection limitations”.

India’s Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria had claimed in a press conference earlier this week that India was ready for battle on two fronts.

He talked about, “We are ready and in the best position to face China and they have no chance to take the lead over us.”

Referring to the threats going by means of India on the northern and western borders, he had talked about that India was able to deal with China and Pakistan on two fronts.

“We are aware that the two are cooperating closely and there is a serious threat, but so far there is no indication that they are preparing for war on both fronts,” the Indian air chief talked about.


Responding to the assertion, Pakistan’s Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry talked about, “Such provocative statements are a mirrored image of the extremist ideology and supremacy of the RSS-BJP.”

“It is astonishing that India’s senior political and military leaders, including the region, are constantly making provocative statements against Pakistan, putting India’s peace at stake,” he talked about.

Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry talked about that “the Indian chief should not forget his defense weaknesses while bragging like this which has become very clear to the world.”

Questioning India’s protection performance, he cited months of clashes on the northern border with China this yr, saying India’s protection was “first a failed move by Balakot and recently exposed in Ladakh”.

The Foreign Office spokesman talked about that India should not ignore the spirit of the Pakistani nation and the readiness of the Armed Forces in direction of any of its heinous acts.

He talked about that for the sake of peace and prosperity in South Asia, India should abandon the ‘Chanakya Doctrine’ of the third century and undertake the model of peace and progress of the realm inside the 21st century.

It is also recalled that the ultimate month, India’s Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat had made provocative statements in direction of Pakistan and threatened to harm Pakistan if it tried to take advantage of the persevering with tensions with China.

Addressing a seminar organized by the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum, General Bipin Rawat had talked about that Pakistan and Chinese forces had been threatening India with “joint action” on the northern and western borders.

“We know that Pakistan will be ready to launch a proxy war, but if there is a threat on our northern border, Pakistan can take advantage of it and create problems for us on the western border,” he talked about.

He claimed that Pakistan would face “huge losses” if it carried out any kind of “miss adventure”.

Pakistan had condemned the assertion of the Indian Chief of Defense Staff and requested him to focus on his work instead of making provocative statements and accusing his henchmen.

The Foreign Office had responded to his assertion by saying that “such provocative statements” by India’s senior navy administration had been revealing the attitude of the BJP-RSS, which was “dangerously extremist”. 

It is a mixture of full-fledged supremacy and madness in direction of Pakistan, and this ideology has permeated Indian state institutions.

The assertion talked about that the Indian authorities, instead of finding out from errors on every geopolitical or navy blow, offers to the baseless and provocative state of affairs.

Referring to tensions with China, the Foreign Office talked about that “India’s defense capabilities have not been shamefully exposed to the world for a long time.”

Reacting to the Indian frequent’s assertion, it was moreover talked about that “India has received nothing but humiliation from the violent statements. The Indian leadership should focus on finding a peaceful solution to the issues that need to be resolved instead of smoothing anti-Pakistan public opinion.”


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