ISPR boss says Pakistan to react with full may to any of India's misfortunes
ISPR boss says Pakistan to react with full may to any of India's misfortunes 
Pakistan will react with full may to India's misfortune Director-General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar said on Wednesday, notice New Delhi to "not behave recklessly".

Chief General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar on Wednesday cautioned India that Pakistan will react with full may to any misfortune and that it ought "not behave recklessly".

Conversing with Geo News anchorperson Hamid Mir on "Capital Talk", the military representative said Pakistan is prepared for any military adventurism and there will be "wild and unintended results".

Maj Gen Iftikhar said the Pakistan armed force's capacity was exhibited in its reaction a year ago. "Try not to behave recklessly," he cautioned the Indian side.

He likewise dismissed the Indian claims of alleged launchpads and said UN military spectators are allowed to go anyplace here however India has never permitted global media and eyewitnesses on its side of the outskirt.

"Things can turn out to be clear if the Indian side likewise permits access to the UN military onlooker gathering."

The ISPR boss said the circumstance at the Line of Control is intense where seven regular citizens have grasped suffering in unwarranted terminating by Indian powers this year alone.

He said the Indian strides in the involved Jammu and Kashmir have reverse discharges. He said the entire world is seeing the most noticeably awful human rights infringement in the involved domain.

Maj Gen Iftikhar said Indian government agent quadcopters have abused Pakistani airspace a few times and as of late were shot down too.

He said India intends to mount animosity against Pakistan in the following barely any months to redirect the world's consideration from its disappointments and humiliation on numerous fronts incorporating the outskirt issue with Nepal, blunder of coronavirus and its lessening monetary circumstance.

"India has likewise confronted shame on the deadlock with China along the Line of Actual Control. Raj Nath has attempted to make light of the significance of this contention."

He included that Prime Minister Imran Khan and Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa have discussed the Indian bogus banner tasks on various occasions.

Giving insights concerning New Delhi's bombed endeavor to which he alluded as "Pulwama 2", Maj Gen Iftikhar said that India professed to have held onto a vehicle wherein COVID-19 tainted psychological oppressors were sent to India-involved Kashmir from Pakistan.

"The vehicle was caught in the night yet was pulverized in the day with the goal that the proof is lost. India is setting up a phase through such exercises."

He likewise alluded to an ongoing proclamation of Gen Bajwa where he said that the eventual fate of suffering harmony and soundness in South Asia depended on the capacity to determine long pending debates inside the area.