Indian Defence Minister Arun Jaitley warns Pakistan that “India will continue to militarily
Indian warning comes after meeting of chiefs of seven Army commands and the director-general of military operations, among others, who converged in Srinagar on Thursday for a two-day session to discuss the operational situation and strategy for the western front. (Times of India). World community must wake up to Indian war mongering. Meanwhile, United Nations has expressed concern over the escalating tensions between India and Pakistan following unprovoked Indian firing across the Line of Control, killing at least two civilians.
Analyst on Telephone:
Brig (Retd) Mehmood Shah (Defense Analyst):
Pakistani forces are capable enough to respond any Indian aggression at LoC and the Working Boundary in an appropriate way. We are now used to of such statements from Indian officials. Basically, Indian government is making efforts to build a psychological pressure on Pakistan. We should highlight Indian brutalities and violation of human rights in Indian Held Kashmir.
President Trump accuses India of "making New Delhi's participation in Paris Climate Change Accord contingent to "receiving billions and billions and billions of dollars in foreign aid from developed countries."
President Trump's attack on India casts shadow on Modi's upcoming visit to US- Times of India. Indian diplomats took note of Trump's direct attack on India, accusing New Delhi of trying to extract "billions and billions and billions" of dollars in foreign aid from the developed world to sign up for the climate accord. With claims of American 'victimhood' at the hands of the rest of the world, Trump's speech delivered in a shrill tone leaves doubt on the proposed Narendra Modi's visit to the White House later this month, a TOI report said.
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