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Aug 12, 2019
9:23PM

After India's bold move on J&K, Pakistan resorts to canards & falsehoods

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After India's move on Jammu And Kashmir, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan even went on to the extent of announcing unilateral measures in contravention of established norms.  
   
Mr.Khan rang up many world leaders but was advised to enter into a dialogue with India and not to escalate  the tension in the region. 
Senior officials from the Government of India have time and again  made it clear that any attempt by Pakistan for more intrusions across the LOC will be dealt with heavily by Indian security forces. They said that Pakistan’s announcement of downgrading diplomatic ties and closure of bilateral trade with India is, simply, self-defeatism. 

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