India cautions Pakistan against unprovoked firing

17 Jul 2015 | By Siripriya
Recent surge of cross-border scuffle

Commenting on the cross-border firing, India said that it will not tolerate unprovoked firing, and would retaliate if the same does not stop.

S Jaishankar, India's foreign secretary issued the warning after a review meeting on Pakistan with Sushma Swaraj, Rajnath Singh and Manohar Parikkar.

Both Pakistan and India have blamed each other for violating border norms.

In context: Recent surge of cross-border scuffle

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17 Jul 2015India cautions Pakistan against unprovoked firing