The Congress on Thursday said that Pakistan would never patch its routes with India over the successive truce infringement by the nation, and included that they were worried about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s security for his planned visit to the nation one year from now.
“Pakistan will never patch its routes as it is not prepared to change. It isn’t right to expect anything from them over and over. Will the Prime Minister still go to Pakistan? On the off chance that he goes there, his life may be under danger. This is the thing that we said before. I fear for the Prime Minister’s wellbeing when he goes there one year from now,” said Congress pioneer Rashid Alvi.
India has stopped a challenge with the Pakistan High Commission over the two back to back truce infringement by the nation in Jammu and Kashmir’s Akhnoor area.
Three regular citizens were seriously harmed, after Pakistani troops depended on unmerited terminating in RS Pura part and Shahpur division of Poonch prior today.
Those harmed have been admitted to a nearby healing facility.
As per reports, Pakistani powers began unwarranted terminating on Indian posts around 2:00 a.m., which was struck back by the Indian side.
On Wednesday, one individual was killed and four others were harmed after Pakistani strengths damaged the truce understanding in the Pargwal part of Akhnoor in the state.