Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that Pakistan’s foreign policy should be reviewed and it was a matter of “dignity” if it was attacked.
If it is attacked, then it will be a serious matter. “
We have a good relationship with Pakistan, but it is an issue of dignity.
If it is attacked, then it will be a serious matter.
You don’t go to a place where it is not safe.
If it is a terrorist attack, then we should ask for help from all of the neighbours, even those in Pakistan.”
Mr Modi added: “Don’t let the country be destroyed by Pakistan, which is now attacking India.”
The Indian leader also spoke about the situation in Afghanistan, saying the government is working on a plan to secure the country from the threat of Taliban insurgents.
“We are working on it and it will take time, but the government in Kabul is working very hard to get the country secured,” he said.
Mr Sharif said the government of Pakistan is committed to its “historic role in Pakistan”.
“The Prime Minister, the people of Pakistan, have a deep affection for Pakistan.
It is a strong country.
Mr Modi said Pakistan has been working hard for the security of the country. “
The security of Pakistan and its people is the first priority of the government,” he added.
Mr Modi said Pakistan has been working hard for the security of the country.
He said the security forces will also be strengthened.
“In Afghanistan, the security force has been strengthened.
We are going to strengthen the security system in Afghanistan,” he told reporters.”
If we do not do it, then Afghanistan will become another Pakistan.
That is the reality of our country.
We have been trying for 10 years, but Pakistan has not listened.”
Mr Modi also called on the government to do more to fight the insurgency in Afghanistan.
“The people of Afghanistan have a very deep attachment to Pakistan.
We want to support the Afghan people, but we also want Pakistan to play its part,” he continued.
Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said on Saturday that the government has taken steps to protect civilians and combat the spread of terror in Afghanistan in the face of a major Taliban offensive.
In a statement, the ministry said Pakistan will increase its military presence in Afghanistan and take all possible measures to defend civilians and security forces.
“Pakistan is fully committed to ensuring security of all Afghan civilians and soldiers,” the statement read.
“This is a clear signal of Pakistan’s commitment to protect its citizens in the country.”