"The Foreign Minister said the nation should not be anxious over the Indian act as the defenders of the country are fully prepared to respond to any misadventure", Radio Pakistan added on its website.
What the country has to say about the airstrike by Indian Air force...
India says it has carried out pre dawn air strikes in Pakistan on a camp of the Islamist militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad, which claimed responsibility for a suicide vehicle bomb that killed 40 paramilitary troops in Indian Kashmir almost two weeks ago.
Analysts predicted a strike by New Delhi after at least 40 Indian paramilitary police died in a suicide bombing on their convoy in Pulwama earlier this month.
Pakistan Air Force jets were scrambled in response to the incursion, Ghafoor said. Gokhale underlined that the action was not directed at the Pakistani military and described it as a "non-military preemptive action".
"India struck the biggest training camp of JeM in Balakot".
The escalation between India and Pakistan has triggered worldwide alarm, with China and the European Union calling for both sides to show restraint.
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Delhi has yet to respond to the statement but sources told an Indian news agency that 12 fighter jets had crossed into Pakistani territory and destroyed a militant training camp.
The Pakistani spokesman said there were no casualties or damage.
This was a four-day attack on an Indian Air Force base in Pathankot in north India in which Pakistan militants dressed in Indian forces' fatigues infiltrated the base compound and killed 7 Indian soldiers.
Gokhale added that India had taken steps to avoid civilian deaths and injuries.
Another source said that 16 Sukhoi fighter jets were backing over 12 Mirage 2000 fighter jets that pounded multiple terror camps across the Line of Control (LoC) in what is being seen as the first cross-border air strike India has carried out in almost five decades.
The Foreign Secretary reminded that Pakistan had made a "solemn commitment in January 2004 not to allow its soil or territory under its control to be used for terrorism against India". The handsome Himalayan region has been the cause of two of the nations' three wars.
"I dare Indian air force to stay in Pakistani airspace for 21 minutes", he said strongly rebutting Indian media's fictitious claim that the Indian warplanes carried out three air strikes at three locations - Balakot, Muzaffarabad and Chakoti - in 21 minutes. Gen. Asif Ghafoor, the director-general of Pakistan's Inter-Services Public Relations, the military's public relations arm, said that the Indian aircraft had not hit any targets of significance.