Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan

Days after saying that a “high-speed flying object” entered its territory from India, Pakistan on March 13 claimed that it could have retaliated but chose to observe restraint.

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Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan on March 13 said that his country observed restraint even as a missile was fired from India on March 9.

An unarmed supersonic missile was “fired accidently” during a routine maintenance operation from India and landed inside Pakistan territory on March 9. India claimed that the missile was fired accidently. It entered Pakistani territory before hitting a private property (cold storage) near Mian Channu, some 275-km from Lahore.

No loss of life was reported.

Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan on March 13 said: “We could have responded after an Indian missile fell in Mian Channu but we observed restraint.”

He was addressing a public rally in Punjab’s Hafizabad district on March 13 afternoon in the face of a no-confidence motion moved against him by the joint opposition, according to a PTI report.

Khan also talked about the country’s defence preparedness, saying: “We have to make our defence and country strong.”

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