The tension between Pakistan and India is increasing day by day after the incident of Uri Attack in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). India is planning for strategical strikes and accomplished the first stage of cold start doctrine. But Pakistan is not silent over this entire situation. Pak Army has warned the people living near Lahore and Sialkot Borders to leave the areas to a safe place. Red flags have been hoisted to warn not to cross the line of control at any cost.
On the other hand, Pakistan Air Force has started annual combat exercises on Peshawar, Islamabad, and Lahore Motorways. These are about emergency landing and overtake in the case of war and emergency situations.
Pakistan Air Force Aircrafts Exercises on Motorway [Video]
The tension between Pakistan and India after Uri Attack Incident has been increasing continuously. Indian Air Force is on the front foot, and other wars and surgical aircraft have also taken the position on the airbases.
Pakistan has made it clear; India will get backlashes in the case of attacking over Pakistan. Pak Army Chief General Raheel Sharif in a meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has made Pak Army is fully capable and prepared to response any attack.
The situations in Azad Jammu and Kashmir and rest of the Northern Areas are not well. The area is under the control of Pak Army. Meanwhile, all kind of air traffic to Skardu, Gilgit, and Chitral has been postponed.
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Statement by The Adviser to The Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs on the URI Incident
Pakistan has noted with serious concern the recent spate of vitriolic and unsubstantiated statements emanating from Indian civil and military leadership in the aftermath of yesterday’s attack on Indian occupation forces in the Uri sector of the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). Pakistan categorically rejects the baseless and irresponsible accusations being levelled by senior officials in Prime Minister Modi’s Government. It is a blatant attempt on India’s part to deflect attention from the fast deteriorating humanitarian and human rights situation in the Indian occupied Kashmir since the death of Burhan Wani.
It needs to be understood that the situation in IOK is not of Pakistan’s making but a direct consequence of illegal Indian occupation and a long history of atrocities that has resulted in over a 100 thousand deaths. More than 100 people have died and thousands injured during the recent episode of protest and ongoing curfew in the occupied territory over the past 73 days. A large number of youth have been blinded by the indiscriminate firing of pellet guns. Nobody has been spared the brute state force including the elderly, wounded patients in hospitals as women and children. This should awaken international conscience.
It was particularly deplorable that the Indian Minister chose to blame Pakistan for the incident even prior to conducting proper investigation. The statement is part of a pattern to mislead world opinion and cover up India’sreign of terror in IOK.