Islamabad: Pakistan on Wednesday rejected Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s accusation that the South Asian country is waging a proxy war against India.Pakistan further termed PM Modi’s comments on terrorism as “baseless rhetoric”.
Our Armed Forces are ready to defend Pakistan borders and thwart every threat of aggression, Pakistan’s Foreign Office said in a statement.
The Foreign Office further suggested that instead of engaging in a blame game, India and Pakistan should focus on resolving all issues through dialogue.
On Tuesday, in his first attack on Islamabad after taking office, Modi accused Pakistan of waging a proxy war against India, saying this had killed more soldiers than the numbers killed in all wars since 1947.
Making his second visit to Jammu and Kashmir in less than two months, Modi also vowed to take the country’s war against terrorism to “a logical conclusion”.