He further said that there was no place for third party intervention.

The comments came after Pakistan sought United Nations intervention in the wake of border shelling in disputed Kashmir region.

Akbaruddin added that India would not tolerate violence at the de-facto border dividing two nuclear armed neighbours.

Further, he said that it seemed that Pakistan was not interested in a serious dialogue. Since the beginning of October, Pakistan and India have been firing mortars and machine-guns across the border, leading to the highest death toll in a decade among civilians on both sides.

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