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Indian preparedness intensified for war against China and Pakistan

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Now the Indian Army will keep a 15-day ammunition reserve for war instead of 10,” the media claimed

Indian army has intensified its preparations for war against China and Pakistan and also enhanced its ammunition reserves for 15 days instead of 10 days, the Indian media reported.

According to the Zee TV news, the Indian defense ministry has ordered its army to prepare for ‘two front war’ against China and Pakistan.

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“Major changes have been made in the defense preparedness to give a befitting reply to China and Pakistan. Now the Indian Army will keep a 15-day ammunition reserve instead of 10,” the media claimed.

Pakistan:

India had lost many Air and Ground battles against Pakistan in Kashmir and other areas, but it is preparing again to attack on Kashmir. In the recent incident, Pakistan Air Force destroyed its two fighter jets in Kashmir in February 2019 and arrested pilots and later released.

Pakistan Army Chief had said several times that Pakistan Army, Air Force and Pakistan Navy is ready to reply any aggression and fully prepared for the war.

Today, Pakistan categorically rejected terrorism-related insinuations by the Indian External Affairs Minister and other political figures. Regurgitating of baseless allegations does not turn them into truth, a statement of the foreign office said.

It further said nor does it wash away the fact of India’s state sponsorship of terrorism against Pakistan and master-minding of anti-Pakistan propaganda globally. The “dossier” presented by Pakistan to the world community and the EU DisinfoLab’s recent report speak for themselves.

The foreign office said, ‘By peddling false narratives, the RSS-inspired BJP regime can neither divert attention from its internal failings, nor hide from the world community its grave human rights violations of the Kashmiri people as well as the persecution of minorities, particularly Muslims, under the pernicious ‘Hindutva’ agenda.”

For durable peace and stability in the region, India must eschew the use of terrorism as an instrument of state policy, stop its global smear campaign against Pakistan, and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self-determination as enshrined in the relevant UN Security Council Resolutions, it added.