Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed the military and the people of Pakistan to be prepared for all eventualities after Indian fighter jets striked an alleged Jaish-e-Mohammed training camp in Balakot, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Strikes on a camp in Pakistan indicate determination of Indian military for war escalation between the two countries.
India violated Pakistan’s airspace on Tuesday.
The National Security Committee said in a meeting India committed uncalled for aggression.
Prime Minister Imran Khan chaired the meeting.
The prime minister and military officials said, Pakistan will respond at the time and place of its choosing.
Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Defence, Finance, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee and other officials were present in the meeting.
A statement issued after the meeting said Indian government has resorted to a self-serving and reckless claim and they reject any claim of targeting an alleged terrorist camp and casualties.
War frenzy has been sweeping across India.
Delhi claims Jaish-e-Muhammad militant group operates from Pakistan.
In a press conference Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said, information regarding the location of training camps in Pakistan had been provided to Pakistan from time to time.
He said, Pakistan denies their existence.
He also said, such massive training facilities capable of training hundreds of Jihadis could not have functioned without the knowledge of Pakistan authorities.
According to reports, this is the farthest the Indian fighter jets have crossed into Pakistani territory since 1971.