News Anchor Warns Modi to not mess with Pakistan

In another bizarre instance depicting the Pakistan media criticizing India and the Indian army, over the dispute between the two countries, a Pakistani anchor yet again taunts India urging Prime Minister Narendra Modi to understand the consequences of engaging in fight with the neighbouring country.

And amid, continuing tension between India and Pakistan, with frequent cross-border firing along the Line of Control and the International borders in Kashmir, the Pakistani anchor claimed that Indian Army crosses the border and attacks Pakistan from behind. In a desperate tone, trying to prove the superiority of the Pakistani army over India, the news anchor dramatically warns India to quit war. While speaking of the tensed relation between the two countries, the media anchor also spoke of the continuing disruption in the Kashmir, which erupted post the execution of the Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani, and claimed that the Indian government is using its power over the people of the valley.

Tension across the border had escalated after the Indian Army carried out surgical strikes along the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan, destroying several terrorist launch pads and killing at least 38 terrorists. According to government reports presented at the Lok Sabha, till November, this year, Pakistan had violated ceasefire for 437 times, claiming the lives of 37 people and injuring 179 more.

According to the Minister of State for Home, 27,449 people were temporarily shifted to safer places, citing the frequent cross-border firing along the border in Kashmir.

In 2015, there were 405 instances of ceasefire violation, in which 26 people were killed and 97 others injured.


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