Following a suicide bombing that killed 40 Indian paramilitary policemen in Kashmir, Major General Asif Ghafoor told reporters: “Don’t mess with Pakistan.
India has accused an Islamabad spy from the agency ISI of being involvement in last week’s attack.
A Pakistan-based militant group has claimed responsibility.
The attack has angered India and is now threatening a variety of economic sanctions.
On Friday, India threatened to slap Pakistan, whose economy is largely agricultural, with limited water by cutting off some of its water supply from Indian dams.
Here’s the kicker, both Pakistan and India are nuclear capabilities and I don’t think Pakistan is afraid to use them.
Pakistan claims it took down two Indian warplanes and captured pilot
Pakistan’s air force shot down two Indian warplanes Wednesday after they crossed over the Kashmir border and captured a pilot, a Pakistani spokesman told the Associated Press. Tensions have been rising in the region after India launched an airstrike after a suicide bombing killed more than 40 Indian soldiers.
Pakistan has handed over a captured pilot
Pakistan has handed over a captured pilot to Indian authorities at the Wagah border, a move aimed at de-escalating tensions after days of hostilities with its South Asian neighbor.