Pakistan asks India to adopt a model of peace

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Pakistan asks India to adopt a model of peace

Monitoring Desk : 

Pakistan has asked India to adopt a model of peace and development and abandon its old model of ‘Chanakya doctrine’. Responding to the Indian Air Force chief’s recent statement about India’s readiness for a “two-front war” with China and Pakistan, Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez said at a press briefing that such provocative statements were a true reflection of the RSS-BJP mindset, a dangerous mix of extremist ideology and hegemonic designs.

Indian leaders issuing provocative statements against Pakistan 

“It is ironic that certain senior Indian political and military leaders continue to make a career out of issuing provocative statements against Pakistan at the cost of putting regional peace and security as well as India’s own security at risk,” he remarked.

The spokesman said that while making such braggadocio, the Indian Air Force chief must not forget India’s defense limitations, so embarrassingly exposed to the world, first during its misadventure in Balakot and more recently in Ladakh.

“India must not underestimate the resolve of Pakistani nation and the preparedness of our armed forces against any ill-conceived misadventure by India,” he added.

India’s expansionist policies imperiling regional peace and stability 

About the China-India tension, Mr. Hafeez said India’s belligerent posture and expansionist policies were imperiling regional peace and stability. “We have closely observed border face-off between China and India. We believe disputes in the region should be resolved through peaceful means and through agreed mechanisms rather than resorting to unilateral, illegal and coercive measures,” he noted.

 

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