DG ISPR’s apt response to Indian Home Minister Amit Shah

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Captian of Pakistan Cricket team at the ICC World Cup 2019 – photo source PCB.
  • Amit Shah criticized Pakistan’s defeat in yesterday’s match against the Indian team.
  • Two things with different denominators can’t be compared so are strikes and matches, replied DGISPR.
  • Please see results of our Nowshera counter strikes & response to IAF violation on 27 Feb19 downing two Indian jets, Asif Ghafoor said.

The Union Home Minister and President of Bharatiya Janta Party Amit Shah criticized Pakistan’s defeat in yesterday’s innings with the Indian Cricket Team calling it another strike on Pakistan by Indian Team on Pakistan. He also congratulated the entire team of India for their extraordinary performance. “Evey Indian is feeling proud and celebrating this impressive win,” he added.

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Amit Shah’s argument on having a second strike against Pakistan didn’t like by the media wing of Pakistan and he befittingly replied to the statement. DGISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor said, “Dear Amit Shah, yes your team won a match. Well played. Two things with different denominators can’t be compared so are strikes and matches. If in doubt please see results of our Nowshera counter strikes & response to IAF violation on 27 Feb19 downing two Indian jets. Stay Surprised.”

Earlier, two Indian jets violated Pakistan’s air boundary and Pakistan Air Force shot them down. This incident happened in February this year. DGISPR pointed the same incident while responding to Amit Shah’s tweet and reminded him that the Pakistan Army and Cricket team are two different things.

Although, Indian Cricket Team played so well in the World Cup Match against Pakistan the situation for the battlefield is somewhat different. Asif Ghafoor supported his argument by giving the example of two counter strikes by PAF referring to the incidents of Nowshera Counter-Strike and response of Pakistan forces to the territorial violations of Pakistan.

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