Khan's statement came in response to Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore's remarks that military action in Myanmar to hit back at rebels who killed 18 soldiers in Manipur was a message to other countries.
Rathore's comments were interpreted here as a warning to Pakistan.Khan said it should be clear to India that "Pakistan is not a country like Myanmar".
"Those having ill designs against Pakistan should listen carefully that our security forces are capable of matching response to any adventurism," he said.
Khan said Pakistan would never accept India hegemony and that the "Indian leaders should stop day dreaming".He said India's "nefarious designs" will not succeed in future like in the past.
The minister said he was disappointed at regular violation of the LoC and working boundary by the Indian Army and India's refusal to start peace talks with Pakistan.

In the first such cross-border operation, special forces of the Army on Tuesday carried out a surgical strike inside Myanmar, killing insurgents of the groups believed to be responsible for the ambush in Manipur that left 18 soldiers dead. A total of 38 insurgents were killed in the strike, according to latest reports.

Elite commandos of the Army in coordination with the Air Force went a few kilometers inside Myanmarese territory to destroy two camps of insurgents hiding there after their attacks in Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh last week by suspected NSCN(K) and KYKL outfits.

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