A senior Indian official associated with the Prime Minister's visit said in London that India has expressed concerns with the British authorities and they have apologised for the incident. I told the Army officer-in-charge that before announcing the news in India, he should inform the Pakistan Army first about the strike and they may remove the bodies if they want to. "Terrorism will never be accepted", the Prime Minister said. He added repetition does not change false claims into truth.
Modi further stated that the 2016 strikes on the country were aimed at sending a strong message to Islamabad, according to the Indian publication. Our character is to be invincible and we believe in peace. But we will not tolerate those who like to export terror.
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Some groups choose to protest against atrocities in India while others displayed their rage silently.
Modi had also underlined that India has never desired to capture anyone else's territory. "Commander Kulbhushan Jadhav in Pakistan's custody is the living proof of who exports terror", Faisal said.
He said in a statement: "Reports of intimidation against and manhandling of a few of our members by political protesters in central London on April 18 have been brought to our notice".
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About the Syrian situation, the spokesperson said Pakistan condemned the use of chemical weapons no matter wherever they were used.
However, he maintained that both sides were in touch and "we are hopeful that the matter will be resolved".
"Our focus is on three things - education for students, employment for youth and medicines for the elderly", he said, adding that the "Ayushman Bharat" health care scheme will cover more than 10 crore poor families providing them coverage of up to Rs 5 lakh per family annually.More news: Saudi police: Riyadh's shooting targeted toy drone