The commander in chief of the Indian army said a limited nuclear war in south Asia remains an option for India. This statement came in the first memory of Mumbai events that took place in November 26 last year and led to the death of 166 people, and it was followed by accusations between Indian and Pakistan of not fighting terrorisms.

On the other hand, Pakistan government took the statement as a waning massage, as the Foreign Ministry spokes ensured Pakistan is capable of protecting its borders, while he added that the Indian threats are showing the danger of the Indian nuclear program, while he asked the world economy to put red lines to guarantee peace in the region.