10 March, 2019
Pakistan has never seriously cracked down on militant groups that attack India, a leading United States daily has said, warning that the threat of nuclear war between the two nations remains as a long-term solution to the conflict is unlikely without worldwide pressure.
Pakistani officials say the crackdown is part of a long-planned drive and not a response to Indian anger over what New Delhi calls Islamabad's failure to rein in militant groups operating on Pakistani soil.
According to the Foreign Office, the Pakistani envoy took Prime Minister Khan's advice on bilateral ties with India before his departure to New Delhi.
Amid claims and counter-claims on the damage caused to the Jaise-e-Mohammad (JeM) terror camp in Balakot, Pakistan, some television channels on Wednesday reported that Indian Air Force (IAF) has shared the proof of accuracy of its strike with the government.
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"This de-escalated a risky situation but more has to be done. If Khan does not take these steps, I'm afraid Pakistan will continue to slide into global isolation, which will only serve to increase economic hardship on the Pakistani people", the Indian-American Congressman said. "It looks that India while following the footsteps of Israel wants to show that it can carry out any operation in any territory like latter is doing in Arab", Rabbani said in the parliament.
The threat of a nuclear war between Pakistan and India is not yet over and will continue to loom unless both countries address the core issue of their conflict - Kashmir, cautioned an editorial in The New York Times. "But Pakistan has rarely followed through on such promises".
"Law enforcement agencies have taken 121 people under preventive detention as of today", the interior ministry said in a statement. It was as if, the government was telling them "you are our people, but you need to lie low for the time being".
Sources said the military officials of the two armies spoke over the hotline on Tuesday during which India had asked Pakistani side not to target civilian population along the LoC. Egged on by the jingoistic media a near war hysteria prevailed across a broad spectrum of North India, the South and the East were generally spared the paroxysm of anti-Muslim anti-Pakistan hatred and venom.