Pakistan rejects false Indian claims regarding a strike that never happened
So Pakistan has completely rejected Indian claims of a strike inside its territory. Just a few months before the Indian elections, the Indian government is trying to brainwash their people regarding a surgical strike that didn’t take place or resulted in deaths of a few terrorists. Their Foreign Secretary VK Gokhale claimed that Indian Air Force struck at the biggest training camp of banned outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad in Balakot, Pakistan, claims that were trashed by Pakistan immediately.
During a Press conference in New Delhi, Indian FM said that numerous Jaish e Mohammed terrorist were killed ‘while arranging more suicide assaults in India’ but in reality, the Indian planes fled the scene as soon as they saw their Pakistani counterparts and even dumped their payload in an empty area resulting in no casualty and no damage.
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi rejected India’s allegations and declared that Pakistan won’t keep quiet as the Armed Forces are ready to fight back to protect the sovereignty of the country.
He added that due to the forthcoming general elections in India, the Modi government is trying their tactics to degrade Pakistan to gain votes and their people’s trust by putting allegations on the neighboring country, sacrificing the peace and harmony of the region.”