Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said in his address on Independence Day on Wednesday that India is planning a military action in the Indian-held Kashmir.
India revoked the special status of the occupied Kashmir.
Islamabad retaliated by suspending bilateral trade and transport links with India and expelled Indian ambassador.
He said in his speech, India planned more extensive action than that of February when Indian fighter jets struck inside Pakistan.
He said, they have made a more horrendous plan in Azad Kashmir.
Indian armed forces representatives and the foreign ministry did not immediately respond to requests for Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s remarks.
India rules the populous Kashmir Valley and the Hindu-dominated region around Jammu city.
Pakistan controls Azad Kashmir, a wedge of territory in the west.
Pakistan has said it will observe India’s Independence Day as a “Black Day” on Aug. 15.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has said old laws prohibiting people from outside Kashmir from buying property and taking up government jobs hindered its development.
India and Pakistan have fought two wars over Kashmir and came close to a third war in February.