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Pakistan will retaliate to any aggression by India

23 October, 2014

BANNU: Inter-Service Public Relation (ISPR) Director General Major General Asim Bajawa on Wednesday said that the country wants peace on its borders, but is ready to respond to any form of aggression from its neighbours.

"We do not want to disrupt peace but if the other side resorts to aggression then it will be responded accordingly," the ISPR spokesman said while talking to reporters.

He said that Pakistan does not want any clash at its border, ... read more

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