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Indian army killed two Pak soldiers across LoC: Nawaz Sharif tells parliament

Raking up the Kashmir issue in Pak parliament, Sharif said that Pakistan is a peaceful country and never wanted war but if the war was thrust upon us, the Pak army was equipped well enough to give befitting reply

Arnima Dwivedi

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Published on 5 Oct 2016 12:11 PM GMT

Indian army killed two Pak soldiers across LoC: Nawaz Sharif tells parliament
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Islamabad: Calling Burhan Wani a hero yet again, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday denied surgical attack per se by Indian Army and said they had crossed the Line of Control and killed two Pak soldiers.

Raking up the Kashmir issue in Pak parliament, Sharif said that Pakistan is a peaceful country and never wanted war but if the war was thrust upon us, the Pak army was equipped well enough to give befitting reply.

The Pakistani PM stated that while his country has always encouraged peace but always remained the victim of terrorism.

He said, “We want peace and want to resolve all issues including Kahsmir peacefully.”

Also Read: Army hands over video of the surgical strike in PoK to the PMO

Further denying Pak involvement in Uri Attack in J&K last month, he said that India blamed Pakistan for the attacks despite having no evidence to prove Pak guilty. He also pointed out that the Uri attacks coincided with his address at UN General Assembly hence the timing also looked suspicious.

You may also Read: Pakistan exposed: Proof of Indian Army’s surgical strike here

Delivering a passionate speech in Urdu, the Pakistani premier said the Country has suggested an international level inquiry of the Uri attack with 'an open heart'.

He sought to assure the people of Pakistan that their country was potent enough to face any adversity.

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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