RAWALPINDI: India should keep in mind February 27 before becoming involved in any aggression against Pakistan, warned DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor on Wednesday, referring to a standoff between both the countries that saw an Indian aircraft downed by PAF .
He also rejected claims about any secret deal on Kashmir. Major General Ghafoor said no Indian step which negates Kashmiris’ right to self- determination would be acceptable to Pakistan.
The DG ISPR said India is sowing seeds of new conflict with its actions in Occupied Kashmir.
“Kashmir is our jugular vein, and we will go to any extent for it,” said he.
He said as soon as Pakistan consolidates its gains on western front, it will shift its complete focus to eastern border because it sees India as a perpetual threat.
Responding to a question regarding Army Chief’s extension in service, he said it was the prime minister’s prerogative. He, however, added that General Bajwa never wanted it.
Asked to comment on reports about possibility that Pakistan might review its policy towards Israel, he said the status of Islamabad’s relations with the Jewish state remains unchanged.
He said reports that Pakistan plans to establish diplomatic ties with Israel is propaganda