Pakistan calls National Command Authority meeting after Indian Air Strike

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Hours after India’s air strike on a terrorist camp in Balakot, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has recently called up a meeting with National Command Authority, which controls the country’s nuclear arsenal, on Wednesday.

Even though Pakistan has denied that the Indian Air Force had strike any terrorist camp, Pakistan vowed to respond at the time and place of its choosing and raise the issue at the United Nations and other international forums.

On Tuesday, India Strike and destroyed the Jaish-e-Mohammed’s biggest training camp in Balakot killing a very large number of terrorists, trainers and senior commanders, said officials in New Delhi.

At the meeting of the National Security Committee, Prime minister Imran Khan asked the armed forces and the people of his country to remain prepared for all eventualities. The government has also called a joint session of the parliament on Wednesday.

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