New Delhi: After the daring attack by Pakistani army in which two Indian soldiers were killed and their bodies subjected to "barbaric and inhuman mutilation" in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan army chief Ashfaq Parvez Kayani has now asked his army to prepare itself against any threats.

Kayani made the statement during his visit to the Sialkot army camp. When asked for explanation of the ‘threat’ which Kayani talked about, a senior Pak army officer said that it meant from low-intensity conflict (LIC) to a full scale attack on Pakistan. The Pakistan army is holding war exercises under the 2009 Azm-e-Nau series.

Meanwhile a Pakistani military official, who did not want to be named, denied an "Indian allegation of unprovoked firing" along the LoC.
The official added "It looks like Indian propaganda to divert the attention of the world from Sunday's raid on a Pakistani post by Indian troops in which a Pakistani soldier was killed".


Latest News from India News Desk