He said on Sunday that an attack could take place between April 16 and 20, adding that Pakistan had told the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council of its concerns.
Pakistan denied any role in the attack. "India can attack military targets in Pakistan", he said, and added that Pakistan is drawing attention of the worldwide community on the expected aggression by the eastern neighbour. "Modi government has risked peace and stability of the whole region for politicking and electioneering", he said.
India said its air strikes on the terror camp was "non-military, and pre-emptive" in nature, as there was intelligence that the group was planning more strikes in India.
"An incident similar to Pulwama could recur in the occupied Kashmir valley", he had said, adding the goal of this sinister plan was to build diplomatic pressure on Pakistan and justify Indian military action.
India said it, too, had shot down a Pakistani aircraft and the air force displayed pieces of a missile that it said had been fired by a Pakistani F-16 before it went down.
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Mr. Qureshi said the planned aggression was aimed at "increasing diplomatic pressure against Pakistan".
In Islamabad, the Indian Deputy High Commissioner was summoned to Pakistan Foreign office and he was issued a warning against "any misadventure" by India.
India is preparing to stage another attack on Pakistani soil, similar to the Balakot strike back in February, sometime between April 16 and 20, Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmoud Quraishi loudly proclaimed on Sunday, citing "credible" intelligence information.
"The worldwide community must take notice of India's irresponsible behaviour".
"It has been made clear to Pakistan that it can not absolve itself of responsibility of a cross-border terrorist attack in India". Pakistani officials, as well as the locals, rejected the claims, inviting local and worldwide media to visit the site of the so-called attack where around a dozen trees were the only "casualty". But the IAF pilot who shot down the plane, Abhinandan Varthaman, was captured by Pakistan and released only after behind-the-scene manoeuvring by the global community.