Narendra Modi to blame for India's 'extremely aggressive' attitude: Pervez MusharrafNew Delhi: Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf today described India's attitude, after successful cross-border operation in Myanmar, as extremely aggressive.In an interview to a Pakistani channel, Musharraf urged government of Pakistan to adopt a tit-for-tat
New Delhi: Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf today described India's attitude, after successful cross-border operation in Myanmar, as extremely aggressive.
In an interview to a Pakistani channel, Musharraf urged government of Pakistan to adopt a tit-for-tat approach with the same aggressive tone.
Musharraf's reaction came in the wake of voices emerging that the Indian Army operation against terrorists on the Myanmar side of the border contained a hidden message to Pakistan.
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He further said that India changed its conduct after Narendra Modi stormed to power last year.
"The bilateral relations between the two countries are being adversely affected owing to a single person," he claimed.
"India has a hand into aggression that Pakistan is currently fending off," he added.
Rattled by Indian Army's cross-border operation in Myanmar, Pakistan yesterday warned India that the Islamic Republic is not Myanmar, adding that those who were considering any kind of 'adventure' in the country will get a 'befitting' response.
Pakistan's Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar issued this warning in response to the remarks of Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, Indian Minister of State for Information and broadcasting, in which he had said that India will strike at a place and at a time of their choosing against all countries, including Pakistan, and groups harbouring "terror intent".
"Pakistan Army is fully capable of responding to any adventurism," Nisar said.
Chaudhry Nisar's statement assumes significance in view of demands being made in India for similar surgical strikes against militants in Pakistan.