New Delhi: Pakistan worries extends at it fears another surgical strike by Indian Army. Recently this statement has been asserted by country’s Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid. He said that Modi led government is expected to perform another surgical strike mulling over their latest defeat in 2018 assembly polls.

"2019 is an important year in terms of politics around the world. Modi can make movement along the borders or even conduct a surgical strike, given his defeat in recent elections," the minister stated at a press conference.

He further asserted that Modi government has to justify and satisfy their vote bank, and an anti-Pakistan campaign is what he is expecting from them.

Responding to the minister’s statement; The BJP termed the same as an "admission of self guilt" and stated that Pakistani minister's claim that the Narendra Modi government can take place another surgical strike against his nation shows that terrorist camps there are still running actively.

BJP spokesperson Nalin Kohli's sharp and angry reply came following Pakistan Railways Minister’s remark saying, the Pakistani government and its functionaries seems passionate with India in spite of being elected on an schema of making a new Pakistan.

"The statement should be seen as an admission of self guilt by the Pakistani establishment that terrorist camps are obviously not only still existing but active and therefore puts an acceptance at their end that India does have a right to protect its borders and security," the BJP leader stated.