The Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Major General Asif Ghafoor taking a dig at Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat's comments that he 'follows' his Pakistani counterpart General Qamar Bajwa, suggested Saturday that it would be even better if he [Rawat] follows General Bajwa's vision for regional peace, stability and progress.
In a tweet, the DG shared video of the Indian army chief admitting following General Bajwa and captioned it, "Even better would be if he follows General Bajwa's vision for regional peace, stability and progress. For that India has to unfollow enmity with Pakistan." Earlier, Major General Asif Ghafoor responded to Indian propaganda and threats after Pulwama incident in a press conference on Friday.
"You wish to go into war but please be rest assured, should you initiate any aggression - first you shall never be able to surprise us, Pakistan's armed forces shall never be surprised by you - but let me assure you, we shall surprise you," the DG ISPR stated.
Major General Asif Ghafoor told India: "Because you initiate, we shall also dominate the escalation ladder. We shall have superior force ratio at decisive point. Never think that due to our commitments elsewhere, we will have any capacity lack." "We have singleness of conception from the Prime Minister down to country's citizens, from three chiefs down to country's soldiers, all political parties, all segments of life, two hundred and seven million Pakistanis, we have singleness of conception."
He further remarked that Pakistanis have the will and determination. "We have the ways and means to reach our desired end state. We can respond to full spectrum threat and I hope you get this message and don't mess with Pakistan." The DG further said, "India is saying Pakistan is readying for war. We are not, we are a sovereign state but we have the right to respond with full force." Major General Asif Ghafoor said that right after the Pulwama incident, India started raining accusations on Pakistan without thinking and without any evidence. Pakistan has, this time, taken time to respond.