The Pakistani government has authorized its military to "react resolutely and comprehensively to any aggression or accident" from neighboring India, as tensions rise between rivals of nuclear weapons.
India vowed a "sharp response" to a suicide bombing in the disputed Kashmir region last week, killing 42 Indian soldiers – the worst attack since the beginning of the 1989 armed uprising.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan announced the order a government statement issued after a meeting of his National Security Committee on Thursday said Pakistan was "not involved in any way, means or form" in the attack, which he said was "conceived, planned and implemented locally."
In the statement, Pakistan reiterated its proposal to assist in investigating the attack and to take action against anyone who was found to use the Pakistani soil for attacks on India.
Pakistan also proposed to hold a "dialogue" with India on all terrorism issues. Earlier, he asked India to provide evidence of his claims to support Kashmir rebel groups.
India and Pakistan, both nuclear powers, have been fighting for seven decades over the Kashmir Himalayan region, now one of the most militarized areas in
India has long accused Pakistan of hiding and assisting armed rebels on their way to its forces in Kashmir.
Himalayan territory is divided between Pakistan and Indian control zones, but both sides claim it in its entirety and have
Armed rebellion broke out in Kashmir in 1
Pakistan denies supporting rebels and blames Kashmir violence for what it regards as the military occupation of India on the territory
Following the attack last week, India stopped trading and a key bus service with Pakistan-controlled Kashmir  AFP News Agency on Thursday
Local authorities have encouraged residents in areas near the control line to take extra precautions against the risk of "inactivity" by the Indian army.
"Bunkers should be built in areas where they do not exist." It is necessary to avoid excess lighting after sunset and people should refrain from traveling along roads located near the LoC, "warned the local management agency the disasters in Cocoti.
India wants to stay on the terrorist list
Three Indian government officials have told Reuters that the global organization set up to fight terrorist financing and money laundering has met. this week in Paris and Pakistan hopes to come out of the "gray list" of nations with inadequate control over such activities.
But two representatives of the Indian government dealing with the matter said fresh information was provided to the FATF on Pakistan after the car blast last week in the Pulwamas area in Kashmir.
Pakistani Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) took responsibility for the attack. Everyone said the details of the group's operations were provided to the FATF
"This was a short article after Pulwama," one of the officials said when asked about the information provided to the observer. Officials declined to be called because negotiations are still ongoing in Paris.
Pakistan is on the gray list in June, making it harder for the international markets to be at a time when its economy is stumbling.
Pakistan's finance ministry does not immediately respond to Reuters' request that it will have no direct legal consequences from being on the list, it does further control on the part of regulators and financial institutions that can cool trade and investment and increase transaction costs.
The Pukuma attack has frozen long-frozen relations between India and Pakistan, with New Delhi accusing Islamabad of failing to remove the armed groups operating from its soil, and says it will work for diplomatic isolation of Islamabad.
Most Favored Nation privileges for Pakistan and imposing a 200% duty on goods coming from Pakistan, further reducing bilateral trade worth $ 2 billion  05] In the latest effort to exert pressure on Pakistan, a senior Indian minister on Thursday reaffirmed New Delhi's plan to limit the flow of water to Pakistan from its share of rivers.