US intelligence chiefs warn of direct conflict between India, Pakistan: Report

The US intelligence chiefs have warned of a direct conflict between the nuclear-armed neighbours, India and Pakistan, said a media report today.

“US intelligence chiefs have warned Congress that India may launch aggressive actions inside Pakistan on the pretext of stopping “cross-border attacks” and that the ongoing exchange of artillery shells across the Line of Control (LoC) may lead to a direct conflict between the nuclear-armed neighbours,” reported Dawn News.

The report said that the warning given at a US Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Tuesday afternoon was followed by alarming statements from New Delhi and Islamabad, threatening attacks and counterattacks. Read More…



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