While Pakistan PM Imran Khan had proposed talks, India has conveyed that there can be no talks unless Pakistan stops exporting terror to India

Pakistan Army chief Qamar Jawed Bajwa visited the LoC for the second time in a month. Bajwa said Indian ceasefire violations have increased. He further warned that the Pakistani army is always ready to fight for its motherland

While taking a stock of the situation at the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan Army chief has asked India to place its stocks in peace and progress through dialogue.

This is the second time in a month that Pakistan army chief Qamar Jawed Bajwa has visited the LoC.

He said Indian ceasefire violations have increased while its military continues to issue provocative statements.

Bajwa further warned that Pakistani troops are always ready to save the motherland, and India should opt for dialogue over engaging in military rhetoric.

He said, "We are a professional and combat-hardened army ready to defend our motherland. It would be better if they realise this and place their stocks in peace & progress through dialogue."