Pakistan warns India to 'refrain' from cross-border adventures after Sunjuwan attack

12 February 2018, 06:40 PM
Post Sunjuwan army attack, Pakistan warns India to 'refrain' from cross-border adventures (File Photo)
Post Sunjuwan army attack, Pakistan warns India to 'refrain' from cross-border adventures (File Photo)

Fearing surgical strikes by India after a terrorist attack at Sunjuwan Army Camp by militants, Pakistan foreign ministry on Monday has warned the Indian government to refrain from any cross-border attacks.

The Indian government has blamed Pakistan-based terrorist groups responsible for the Saturday attack on Sunjuwan army camp in which 5 soldiers and at least 10 people have suffered serious injuries.

Pakistan Foreign Affairs Ministry in a statement said, “Indian officials are making irresponsible statements and levelling unfounded allegations, even before any proper investigation in any incident has been initiated.”

The Pakistan Ministry further added that the allegations are being leveled by India to distract world’s attention from human rights violation in Jammu and Kashmir.

“We hope that the international community would urge India to refrain from any misadventure across the Line of Control and the Working Boundary,” said Pakistan Foreign Ministry.

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Jammu and Kashmir police, SP Vaid, a few hours after the Sunjuwan attack had said that they had communications intercepts pointing to the attack was planned and executed by Jaish-e-Mohammed and Hizbul Mujahideen Terrorists.

In 2016, elite commandos of the Indian Army had carried out surgical attacks on terror launch pads being operated from Pakistan occupied Kashmir after 19 soldiers were killed in an attack on an Indian army base at Uri in Kashmir.

First Published: Monday, February 12, 2018 06:21 PM
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