ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa Saturday exchanged views on security situation particularly Indian efforts to stage a false flag operation against Pakistan to divert world's attention from internal violence.
Both the leaders had an interaction at Aiawn-e-Sadr where they had attended oath-taking ceremony of new Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Gulzar Ahmed.
Although there was no official word about the meeting, a television footage run by various channels confirmed their interaction exchanging views.
President Dr Arif Alvi who administered the oath to the new Chief Justice, was also reportedly present on the occasion.
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan warned that Pakistan will be left with no option but to give a 'befitting response' to any Indian false-flag operation in an effort to divert world's attention, as anger and protest over anti-Muslim law expanding fast across India.
'I have been warning the international community of this for some time and am reiterating again: if India does such an operation to divert attention from its domestic chaos plus whip up war hysteria to mobilise Hindu nationalism, Pakistan will have no option but to give a befitting response,' said the premier in a series of tweets on Saturday.
He said as protests in India are increasing, threat to Pakistan from India is also increasing. Imran said the Indian army chief's statement adds to our concerns of a false-flag operation. The prime minister added:
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