Pak's Army Chief launches 'verbal strikes' against India's surgical strikes
Islamabad: There is no full stop to defiant Pakistan as its soon to retire army chief, General Raheel Sharif on Thursday said India would remember for generations if Pak launches surgical strikes on it.
In reply to India's recent surgical strikes at terrorists launch pads across Line of Control (LoC), Sharif said that children in India would learn the meaning of 'surgical strikes' in school syllabus, if Pakistan comes in action.
Sharif was speaking during the inauguration of a cricket stadium named after senior Pak cricketer Shahid Afridi in Khyber tribal region.
What else Raheel Sharif said?
- Sharif, who is scheduled to retire on November 29, denied the claims of Indian Army of launching surgical strikes across LoC.
- Sharif said that Pakistan Army was capable and well equipped to retaliate to any such strikes.
- Pakistan Army is also capable of teaching a lesson to Indian Army, warns Raheel Sharif.
- Raheel extended full support to Kashmir natives.
- Pak will never abandon our Kashmiri brothers in their freedom struggle.