Nawaz, Raheel discuss options in face of Indian hostility

Indian media reports suggest India is considering surgical strikes across the Line of Control following the Uri attack


Our Correspondent September 21, 2016
Indian media reports suggest India is considering surgical strikes across the Line of Control following the Uri attack. PHOTO: FILE

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and army chief General Raheel Sharif on Tuesday discussed different options in the apparent backdrop of ongoing hostility with India.

“Telephonic conversation between Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and COAS General Raheel Sharif. At length discussion on prevailing regional situation took place,” read a brief statement issued by the Prime Minister’s House.

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The prime minister is scheduled to address United Nations General Assembly today where he will highlight Indian atrocities in Indian-occupied Kashmir.

Indian media reports suggest India is considering surgical strikes across the Line of Control following the Uri attack.

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Notably, PIA on Tuesday announced closure of airspace over Northern areas.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 21st, 2016.

 

COMMENTS (17)

greatguy | 5 years ago | Reply i am sure there will be no WAR between Pak vs India, our leaders are cheating us, they are just creating hipe. both countries know that both will suffer, therefore they are making fool to their people and confirming their seats for next election by showing aggression to their so called enemy.therefore chill its just a drama at the cost of our soldiers life. we all must understand that both nuclear power can not afford war at any cost.
Abdul Hamid | 5 years ago | Reply Next joke please @Mohamed Gulzar Ahmed
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