Islamabad (Pakistan) – Pakistan army’s Major General Ahmed Sharif threatened India by stating that ‘The Pakistan army is capable of fighting battles on Indian territory’. Senior Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir had earlier quoted retired army General Qamar Bajwa that ‘Pakistan has no money or ammunition to go to war with India’. This threat comes as a response to Bajwa’s confession. The Pakistan army has also dismissed the claims that they lack ammunition.
Major General Ahmed Sharif stated, ‘Pakistan’s Air Force is always ready; not only to save the motherland but also to take revenge. If any country attacks us, we shall take revenge’.
Bajwa had signed an agreement on the Kashmir issue
Hamid Mir and Nasim Zehra claimed during a programme on a Pakistani news channel ‘UK44’ in the Britain that retired General Qamar Bajwa had said in 2021 that he had a secret discussion with India’s NSA Ajit Doval and they planned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Pakistan visit. After this discussion, a ceasefire was declared by both the nations. Bajwa had also signed an agreement on the Kashmir issue.
India should respond to Pakistan’s threats in the language that Pakistan understands the best.