Former president General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf has hit back hard against the Indian Army Chief threat cum warning to Pakistan.
Admonishing Indian Army Chief, the ex- Army chief tweeted, “Let India put something into practice first, they will be taught a lesson. Yes, it’s time to give it back to them in the same coin, not resorting to similar kind of barbarism. But, I think the other side must also feel the same pain.”
He said that Indian should realise that Pakistan army is brave and one of the best in the world. “Pakistan army is a hardened army. It is fighting in FATA and also has complete civilian support,” he said.
Musharraf said that India should learn a lesson from the Kargil incident and the 2002 attack on Indian parliament. He recalled that India attempted to mobilise its forces to the eastern border, but Pakistan army sensed it and India was taken back and had to retreat their forces.
“There should be no misunderstanding. Those days are of wearing tilted hats for style are long gone. If there is war, India will be taught a befitting lesson,” he said.
Recalling the 2001 Indian Parliament attack, Musharraf said after that incident, India had brought all of its troops on the borders and “we stood in front of them for 10 months that forced Indian army to turn their tails from the ground”.
“Indian Premier Narendra Modi wants to present Pakistan as a terrorist state for his political gains.”
SOURCE : NATION.COM