Pakistan declares that it would resolutely protect its sovereignty; critics refute the statement made by Minister Rajnth Singh.

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A day after Defence Minister Rajnath Singh made it plain that India will enter Pakistan if terrorists flee to the neighbouring country after carrying out terror operations there, Pakistan stated on Saturday that it is steadfast in its intention and capacity to protect its sovereignty.

“In a recent broadcast interview, India’s defence minister Rajnath Singh made aggressive remarks that Pakistan condemns. Pakistan had discussed unlawful executions by India on January 25, 2024, according to a statement issued by Pakistan’s Foreign Office on Saturday.

Pakistan added that they were unwavering in their determination to protect their sovereignty from any form of invasion.

Rajnath Singh had responded to a question on an article that had appeared in the UK daily by making the statement.

In a Friday television interview, Singh declared, “We will respond appropriately if any terrorist attempts to disrupt the nation’s tranquilly.” We would go there and murder them if the terrorists flee back to Pakistan, saying, “Toh Pakistan main this ke maarenge.”

Singh further stated that India had never attempted to invade or seize any nation. However, no one will escape punishment if they jeopardise India or its peace.

Regarding the statement made on Saturday by the Pakistan Foreign Office, India has not yet released an official statement.

Recall that on January 25, this year, Pakistan accused India of executing two designated terrorists on their territory. India had flatly denied these allegations.

As everyone is aware, Pakistan has historically served as the hub for international terrorism, organised crime, and illicit trade. Several nations, including India, have openly forewarned Pakistan that it may succumb to its own culture of terrorism and bloodshed “On January 25, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal made the announcement.

The two individuals to whom Pakistan had then alluded were Muhammad Riaz of Lashkar-e-Taiba, who carried out a terrorist attack in Rajouri in 2023 that left seven people dead and thirteen injured, and Shahid Latif, a designated terrorist who was the mastermind of the 2016 attack on the Indian Air Force base in Pathankot.

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