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Pakistan expresses concern over India’s military growth

Pakistan's army soldiers walk past damaged houses in Loi Sam town in the Bajaur tribal region October 25, 2008. Pakistani forces have turned the corner in the country's main front in its war against militancy with the capture of a strategically important village after heavy fighting, the commander of the operation said on Saturday. REUTERS/Emilio Morenatti/Pool       (PAKISTAN)
Pakistan's army soldiers walk past damaged houses in Loi Sam town in the Bajaur tribal region October 25, 2008. Pakistani forces have turned the corner in the country's main front in its war against militancy with the capture of a strategically important village after heavy fighting, the commander of the operation said on Saturday. REUTERS/Emilio Morenatti/Pool (PAKISTAN)

Islamabad: A top Pakistani foreign affairs advisor on Tuesday expressed deep concern over India’s growing military power, media reported.

Adviser to prime minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said that if India’s growing military power was not checked, Pakistan will be “forced to increase its strategic power” too, Dawn online reported.

“The international community should avoid steps which may disturb the strategic balance in South Asia,” Aziz warned.
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