Islamabad told New Delhi to take steps to resume bilateral talks and refrain from “provocative” statements.
Mohammad Faisal, the spokesman for Pakistan’s ministry of foreign affairs, declared: “India should walk the talk and refrain from provocative statements.
“Our armed forces practice restraint but have the capacity and are ever vigilant to give a befitting response to any threat to the motherland.”
Mr Faisal accused India of violating the ceasefire agreement between the two nations as he urged talks to take place. Read More