Pakistan threatens India to start a nuclear war


Indian Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat Friday said the force was ready to call Pakistan's "nuclear bluff" and cross the border to carry out any operation if asked by the government, according to Indian media outlets.

However, the Army Chief's remark did not go down well with Pakistan. He is a professional and there is no doubt on his professionalism, he added. We have Jammu and Kashmir constitution and India's constitution as well.

Islamabad's reaction came a day after Indian Gen. Rawat dismissed assertions that Pakistani "tactical" nuclear weapons had effectively countered India's ability to impose a conventional military war on the neighboring country.

Bukhari, while speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a function said, "Army should concentrate on their job and not interfere in education sector".

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In the aftermath of NSA level meeting between the two countries, India and Pakistan are continuing to express their readiness for defending their territory tooth and nail.

He alleged that India was using sub-conventional threat and state-sponsored terrorism to destabilise Pakistan but has failed to achieve its objectives so far. Jammu and Kashmir has a capable chief minister. "I will welcome sermons from academics on how to run the education system", said Bukhari, a key aide of Peoples Democratic Party chief Mehbooba, an ally of the BJP. I would be glad if they [Army] do what they are supposed to do and leave us to do what we are supposed to do. The basic grassroot problem lies here, the way the education system in government schools in J&K has been corrupted. "But we believe it's a weapon of deterrence, not a choice", Pakistan army spokesman Asif Ghafoor said on state-run television.

"He said the Army should rather concentrate on its own job".

Trespassing the defined mandates, he said, tantamount to committing brazen injustice with duties assigned to people by the constitution. The BSF immediately retaliated and gunned down two Pakistani mortar positions and also gunned down one of the intruders along the International Border in Nikowal Border Out Post in Arnia sector. "I think he doesn't mean what he said", Bukhari said.