PM will take final call on stopping water to Pakistan: Nitin Gadkari


USA was among the groups that participated in the protest.

U.S. President Donald Trump has called the standoff between Pakistan and India a "very risky situation" and warned that New Delhi is considering "something very strong" after an attack on its forces in the disputed region of Kashmir.

India and Pakistan are scheduled to meet on 16 June in an ICC Cricket World Cup group match in Manchester. It's a very very bad situation and it is a unsafe situation between the two countries.

"We will place our concerns against Pakistan in ICC forums", he said, before sharing copy of the mail sent to the ICC. A lot of people were just killed.

If Pakistan wants good relations with India, they should stop supporting and sending terrorists to India since friendship and cooperation are "two-way affairs", he said. "We're very much involved in that, if that's what you're referring to", the President said in response to a question.

"We are talking and a lot of people are talking". It's going to be a very, very delicate balance.

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Pakistan said on Friday it had seized Jaish's headquarters in a southern district of Punjab province bordering India.

Most countries from which the members of the ICC hail (including United Kingdom) have strongly condemned this terrorist attack and expressed solidarity with India.

One such group is Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), which India blamed for a wave of attacks in Mumbai in 2008 which killed 166 people, saying its founder, Hafiz Saeed, was the mastermind.

Qureshi claimed that India had shifted the blame to Pakistan "to cover up its own operational and policy failures" and accused Delhi of "deliberately ratcheting up hostile rhetoric against Pakistan for domestic political reasons".

India has been demanding action against armed fighters from Pakistan, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi under pressure from his Hindu nationalist base to show firmness weeks before he is set to call elections.

Indian communities across the United States have been holding protest marches denouncing the role of Pakistan in the attack which claimed lives of over 40 CRPF personnel. We were paying Pakistan $1.3 billion a year. I ended that payment to Pakistan because they weren't helping us in a way that they should have.