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Shah Mahmood Qureshi accuses India of 'hatching new plot' against Pak

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Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Sunday alleged that India "is hatching a new plot and may resort to military aggression" against the country between April 16 and 20, according to Pakistan media.

"Pakistan has reliable intelligence inputs that India is hatching a new plot and may resort to military aggression against Pakistan between April 16-20," he said during a presser.

"An incident similar to Pulwama could recur in the occupied Kashmir Valley," Ary News quoted him as claiming, referring to the Jaish-e-Mohammed perpetrated February 14 Pulwama terror attack.

India lost around 40 CRPF personnel when a terrorist from Pakistan-based terror outfit rammed his explosive-laden vehicle into their convoy in Jammu and Kashmir.

The incident had widely been condemned, with the international community throwing its weight behind India in its fight against terrorism.

India has asked Pakistan for substantive and verifiable action on terrorists and terror outfits on its soil. The United States also told Pakistan to stop harbouring terrorism on its soil following the gruesome attack.

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First Published: Sun, April 07 2019. 15:59 IST