Pakistan does not wish for war but warns India of any surprise
The terror attack at Pulwama has created tensions between India and Pakistan. India has criticized Pakistan for supporting terrorism and even Modi has asked the Indian army to decide by itself the place time and nature of the response.
However, Pakistan Army on February 22 said the country does not wish for war, but warned India of "surprise" in case it takes any aggressive military measures. Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor also said that India blamed Pakistan for the Pulwama attack "without due investigation".
Ghafoor also mentioned that if it comes to war the military response will be quite different this time. Mentioning themselves as a battle-hardened army he said that they have fought against an unseen enemy and have also won.
The army spokesperson also said that although they will not initiate war they will be prepared to defend themselves which is their right.