Director General Inter Services Public Relations (DG ISPR) warned India for committing any misadventure in the region.
While addressing the press conference on Thursday, DG ISPR said India should keep in mind February 27 before becoming involved in any aggression against Pakistan.
He said India is sowing seeds of new conflict with its actions in Occupied Kashmir.
“After the Pulwama incident, India blamed Pakistan. We offered all cooperation,” said DG Iftikhar in his first press conference after taking charge of the army’s media wing this month.
“But on Feb 26, they carried out a cowardly attack.”
“We were prepared, the surprise they wanted to give to us, we gave them one instead and they retreated.”
“Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute between India and Pakistan,” he pointed out.
“In the past 207 days, the people of occupied Kashmir have been facing major violence and oppression.
“International media and human rights bodies have unmasked the violence in the occupied valley while there are protests in India regarding this. This issue cannot be silenced any longer.
“The United Nations chief has also stressed ending the oppression in the occupied valley. A solution to the Kashmir issue is attached to our national interest. We stood with the Kashmiris in the past, and will do so in the future.”
Speaking on Raddul Fasaad, which was launched in February 2017 in the aftermath of a fresh resurgence in terror attacks in Pakistan, he said the operation has normalised the country.
“We claimed 40,000 area of land back from terrorists.
“The journey from terrorism to tourism has been a difficult one, the people also played a part in this. Our cricket grounds are now filled once again,” he said.
Speaking on violations carried out by India across the Line of Control, he said during the past year, there have been “384 violations”. “They do not spare children on their way to school.”
“The most ceasefire violations were recorded in 2019.
“The Pakistan Army is a responsible force; when we are provoked we respond on military targets, while the Indian forces target civilians.
“If there is a war in the region, there will be far reaching consequences,” he warned.
He also said Don’t Test our patience and capability, Pakistani forces are ready to answer every aggression if made by Indian Side.
No space for war between India & Pakistan, he said.
Responding to a question related to coronavirus cases in Pakistan DG ISPR said We all are available to help the Govt in Coronavirus Outbreak .all facilities will be provide to the patients .