PM: Will not allow Pakistani soil to be used for terrorism

Indian military jets breached LoC on unproved allegations Alison Redford       	         		Posted

Indian military jets breached LoC on unproved allegations Alison Redford Posted

India said Saturday (March 9) that its army is on a "strict vigil" for new attacks from Pakistan and renewed warnings to its neighbour to take concrete action against militant groups.

Bisaria had been summoned to New Delhi a day after the Pulwama attack in which over 40 Indian paramilitary soldiers were killed.

"We have and we will continue to act with responsibility and maturity", he added.

Pakistan should take "verifiable and credible steps against terrorist organisations and terrorists" allegedly acting on its territory, the Hindustan Times cited an unnamed Indian official as saying on Friday.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan today said no militant group would be allowed to operate on Pakistani soil and carry out attacks overseas, days after his government began a crackdown against Islamist militant organisations.

"The widespread presence of terrorist camps in Pakistan is public knowledge within and outside Pakistan".

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The global media has already dubbed the aerial combat of Feb 27 as an 'embarrassing episode' for the Indian Air Force at the hands of Pakistan Air Force which shot down two of their warplanes, killing one pilot and arresting the other, who ejected himself out of the crashing jet in Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistan is under worldwide pressure to take action against proscribed groups responsible for carrying out terror activities.

"The United States' Congress stands ready to support Pakistan should Prime Minister (Imran) Khan begin cracking down on terrorist groups in earnest".

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Saturday that Prime Minister Imran Khan has sent a clear message and that the worldwide community has lauded his desire to establish peace with India. It follows a third attempt in nine days by the Reuters team to climb a hill at the site leading to a madrasa, or religious school, believed to have been run at one point by the Pakistani-based jihadist group Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM).

Chaudhry also said Khan has invited India to take part in a joint investigation and negotiations, but there had been no response from the Indian side.

Speaking about Thar's coal reserves, he said that the natural resources of the area would certainly change Pakistan. As we have already said, there are eye-witness accounts and electronic evidence that Pakistan deployed F-16 aircraft and that one F-16 was shot down by Wing Commander Abhinandan.

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