‘We will surprise you’: DG ISPR warns India over war threats

About the February 14 Pulwama attack, the DG ISPR maintained that India has a history of “staging” such attacks before elections and events of international importance.

“Firstly, India has layers and layers of security forces deployed in Occupied Kashmir, secondly the attack happened in Pulwama which is miles away from the Line Of Control, the suicide bomber was a local young man and vehicles, explosives used in the attack too were local so I will advise India that you should interrogate your security forces over their failure to prevent the attack,” said DG ISPR.

He, however, added that Pakistan’s forces and the government took time to respond to Indian allegations to introspect if anyone from Pakistani soil was in anyway behind the attack but have now responded after making sure none from Pakistan was behind the attack.

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