Pakistani army: India fueling fire and determined to defend the homeland

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The Pakistani army has confirmed its determination to defend the country, accusing India of "fueling the fire by committing increasing atrocities against the Kashmiris."
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The Pakistani army has confirmed its determination to defend the country, accusing India of "fueling the fire by committing increasing atrocities against the Kashmiris."


"The military leadership of Pakistan confirmed and determined to defend the homeland against any adventure or attack that threatens its national safety," the official news agency said. The chief of staff of the military, General Qamar Javed Bajwa, on Thursday chaired a meeting of his country's military commanders in his office at the military headquarters in Rawalpindi. .

The meeting dealt with "the review of the geostrategic environment and the situation due to the ongoing tension between Pakistan and India, and expressed deep concern about the increasing Indian atrocities against innocent Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir and the continued deliberate targeting of civilians by Indian forces on the Pakistani side of the dividing line in Kashmir."

She added that the Pakistani military leaders stressed during the meeting that "the continuation of such atrocities are only fueling the fire, stressing the need to stop them in the interest of regional security and peace."

Relations between Pakistan and India are witnessing an escalation that is the worst in several years against the backdrop of disputes over the disputed Kashmir region between the two countries. The tension increased dramatically following the February 14 suicide bombing of a convoy of Indian soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir, killing 44 of them. It was adopted by the Army of Muhammad, which is based in Pakistani territory.

The explosion resulted in a re-escalation of tensions between the two nuclear powers, culminating last week when India reported air raids on a Jaysh Muhammad camp in Pakistani territory.

A day later, Pakistan announced that two Indian fighters had been shot down in an air battle over the border of the two countries, while India said its air force had shot down a Pakistani fighter and lost one of its fighters.

Source: Pakistan News Agency + Agencies
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