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Congress expresses concern over PM Modi's safety over his scheduled Pak visit

The Congress on Thursday said that Pakistan would never mend its ways with India over the consecutive ceasefire violations by the country, and added that they were concerned about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's safety for his scheduled visit to the country next year.



New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday said that Pakistan would never mend its ways with India over the consecutive ceasefire violations by the country, and added that they were concerned about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's safety for his scheduled visit to the country next year.

"Pakistan will never mend its ways as it is not ready to change. It is wrong to expect anything from them again and again. Will the Prime Minister still go to Pakistan? If he goes there, his life might be under threat. This is what we said earlier. I fear for the Prime Minister's safety when he goes there next year," said Congress leader Rashid Alvi.

India has lodged a protest with the Pakistan High Commission over the two consecutive ceasefire violations by the country in Jammu and Kashmir's Akhnoor sector.

Three civilians were severely injured, after Pakistani troops resorted to unprovoked firing in RS Pura sector and Shahpur sector of Poonch earlier today.

Those injured have been admitted to a local hospital.

According to reports, Pakistani forces started unprovoked firing on Indian posts around 2:00 am, which was retaliated by the Indian side.

On Wednesday, one person was killed and four others were injured after Pakistani forces violated the ceasefire agreement in the Pargwal sector of Akhnoor in the state. 

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