Harirula spoke to the Russian Satellite News Agency in Moscow on Saturday. He also pointed out that the response measures currently formulated by the Pakistani government still focused on diplomacy, politics and law. But when it comes to national security, Pakistan has the determination and ability to defend (national interests). We will respond to any aggression and risk-taking by India. He added.
He also stressed that Pakistan did not want to move into military action.
On August 5, the ruling Indian Peoples Party (BJP) abruptly bypassed parliament to push for constitutional amendments, announcing the abolition of the special status of the highly autonomous state of Jammu-Kashmir (Indian-controlled Kashmir), which has lasted for many years.
On the initiative of the Indian Federal Government, two federated regions with fewer powers will be established in the original site of the region than the Indian administrative unit of the state. On Tuesday, the initiative was approved by the Indian Parliament. Pakistan firmly opposes this measure. On Wednesday, Islamabad announced a reduction in diplomatic relations with India, a suspension of bilateral trade and a review of a series of agreements with the country.
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