Pakistan is once again afraid of India's surgical strike

Pakistan is once again afraid of India’s surgical strike. Indeed, Pakistan’s leading newspaper ‘Express Tribune’ says that intelligence agencies have received indications that India may conduct a surgical strike to divert attention from the ongoing farmer movement in Delhi. The newspaper quoted military sources as saying that Pakistan has asked soldiers to remain alert on the borders of India due to the possibility of strike.

It is written in the newspaper, ‘India’s Hindutva-based Narendra Modi government can do anything to weaken the protests in the country. India also does not want the Khalistani movement to be fueled by the agitation led by Sikh farmers. Several reliable sources have revealed that Pakistani troops have been asked to be on high alert along the Line of Control and the Indo-Pakistan border to respond to any kind of audacity in India.

Pakistan newspaper ‘Geo News’ has also published this news. Geo News has written that Pakistan has kept the army on high alert due to the possibility of any flag operation or surgical strike from India. The newspaper says that India may conduct a surgical strike on Pakistan to divert attention from its internal and external problems.

Pakistan is once again afraid of India's surgical strike
Pakistan is once again afraid of India’s surgical strike

The newspaper says that there is a lot of pressure on India for minorities, the peasant movement and Kashmir. India is also facing challenges in Ladakh. Let me tell you that after the suicide attack in Pulwama, the Indian Air Force carried out a surgical strike in February 2019 at the bases of the terrorists located in Balakot, Pakistan.

Apart from this, Pakistan is also making rhetoric about the ongoing peasant movement in India. India is trying to find a solution to this movement. At the same time, Pakistan’s ministers are engaged in instigating the farmers. Minister in Imran Khan’s government, Fawad Chaudhary said, “The ruthless Modi government does not care about the farmers of Punjab.” He also tried to divide the peasantry by interfering in India’s internal affairs.