Three days ago, Pakistan pleaded with us to stop retaliation: Manohar Parrikar


Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today said the firing from across the border had stopped in the last two days as the enemy was feeling the heat of retaliation. “After the surgical strike, the cowardly attacks continued which were retaliated strongly by our Armed Forces on the border. Our response to their attacks was strong.

“The day before yesterday we got a call from them pleading us to stop the retaliation,” Parrikar said, referring to request for DGMO-level talks. He was speaking at a rally at Sankhalim village in Goa. “We told them that we don’t mind stopping (the counter attacks) as we are not interested in it, provided they too stop it. For last two days, the firing has stopped from across the border,” the Defence Minister said…Read More

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