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India: Pak will pay for misadventure

DNMUM407688 | 2/13/2018 | Author : Ishfaq-ul-Hassan | WC :356 | India

DefMin: India will respond at time of its choosing

Srinagar: Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman warned Pakistan on Monday that it will have to pay for its misadventure of terror, and said India has the right to respond adequately at the time of its choosing. She said the fidayeens who attacked the Army’s 36 Brigade Headquarters in Jammu’s Sunjuwan on Saturday were controlled by handlers across the border, and that the Centre will share evidence with Pakistan to prove it. In the suicide attack by JeM, five soldiers and a civilian had died, while security forces killed three terrorists.
“Giving evidence to Pakistan will have to be a continuous process because its involvement has to be proven again and again. But giving evidence does not deny us the right to respond adequately and
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