New Delhi, Jan 10 (): Expressing discontentment over the horrible killing of two Indian Army men by Pakistani soldiers, New Delhi today warned Pakistan by reacting with outrage over the incident in which one of the soldiers was beheaded by the Pakistani troops.
Pointing out that the neighbouring country should not cross its limitation, party spokesperson Rashid Alvi suggested that India will not spare incidents like this any more. Considering the incident to be the worst one, of violation of the ceasefire between both the neighbouring countries, Mr Alvi said Pakistan has to be strict with the concerned officers.
The issue of frequent violation of ceasefire by Pakistan is condemned by India, said the AICC spokesperson who added that war is not the ultimate remedy; India can no more tolerate incidents of such kind and will deal with the issue forcefully.
Pakistan should learn how to obey rules and the ceasefire process, said Information and Broadcasting minister Manish Tewari who demanded severe action of the Pakistani personnel. Raising doubts over preferring good relationship with India, Alvi said Pakistan should understand the feelings of the Indians who lost patience as this particular incident has created a number of questions whether Pakistan really prefers a good relationship with India.
Protesting to the incident, India has conveyed its regret to Pakistan’s High Commissioner to India about the killings in which India’s chief military spokesman said that Pakistani troops beheaded an Indian soldier and also carried his head.
Meanwhile, talking on the issue Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said that Pakistan has invested four years to build normalcy, and created an environment of trust in order to achieve regional peace and internal stability. Denying the allegations, Khar requested the United Nations Military Observers to investigate the incident as it believed that no such incident has taken place as carried out by its troops.
She claimed that both India and Pakistan are mature countries and that it would not be appropriate to blame each other and that ceasefire violations had to be dealt with responsibly.