Pak inviting its own ruin: Naqvi on Indian soldiers' mutilation

| Updated: May 01, 2017 23:49 IST

New Delhi [India], May 1 (ANI): Coming down heavily upon Pakistan for its dastardly act of mutilating bodies of two Indian soldiers, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Monday said Islamabad was inviting its own ruin. Naqvi promised that the Indian forces would give a befitting reply to Pakistan. "Pakistan is inviting its own ruin. Our security forces will give a befitting reply to Pakistan," said Naqvi. On the other hand, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Subramanian Swamy said it was a mistake to have created Pakistan, adding that India was ready for a war. Swamy opined that India should retaliate by bombing Pakistan's camps, whatever the consequences be. Swamy said the civilian society in Islamabad was captive and the actual show was run by savages of the ISI and the Taliban. "This is not new. They have done it in the past. They did it in the Kargil. It's a rogue state. It is not a civilised country. It was a mistake to have created this country at all.Therefore, we have to retaliate. This time the retaliation should be bombing of their camps, no matter what the consequences be. Be ready for war. Indian people are ready for sacrifice," Swamy told ANI. Pakistan today mutilated bodies of two Indian soldiers who were killed earlier today in a ceasefire violation at Jammu and Kashmir's Krishna Ghati sector. The Indian Army confirmed the news, releasing a statement on Twitter. "Pak Army carried out unprovoked Rocket and Mortar firing on two forward posts on the line of control in Krishna Ghati Sector. Simultaneously a BAT action was launched on a patrol operating in between the two posts. In a unsoldierly act by the Pak Army the bodies of two of our soldiers in the patrol were mutilated . Such despicable act of Pakistan Army will be appropriately responded," read the Indian Army's statement. Earlier, two defence personnel were killed, as Pakistan violated ceasefire by opening fire on Border Security Force (BSF) posts in Poonch. The firing began at 8:30 a.m. as Pakistan used rocket launchers and automatic weapons on Indian posts. An Indian Army personnel was killed, along with a BSF head constable, who succumbed to his injuries. (ANI)