In Rawalpindi, International Service Public Relations Director General Asif Ghafoor Proclaimed that Pakistani army is capable enough to respond to any kind of Indian Aggression.In a Talk show he said, that India continues to violate ceasefire on Line of Control. Pakistan doesn’t want to ruin the peace of region. Tension had remained heightened between India and Pakistan from 26 to 28 February. India violated our air space on February 26. The Indian Pilot was captured and was released later.
A dossier has been received by India and investigation is underway over it. It is being reviewed by the relevant ministry. Action will be taken if anyone found responsible, DG ISPR declared.
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All the political parties have agreed over National Action Plan (NAP). The actions have not been taken under any pressure as NAP is being implemented since 2014 when there was neither FATF nor Pulwama incident.
Decision of banning Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Falah-e-Insaniat was made in January.