In comments about Pakistani state channel PTV Sunday, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that India was planning a "new aggression" between April 16 and 20.
Qureshi said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had given his armed forces the green light to attack targets in both Kashmir and Pakistan.
& # 39; He (Modi) says that you are allowed to take action.They (heads of forces) say: & # 39; We have selected targets of a military nature and it is not essential that those targets are limited to Kashmir. .. So, a new conversation about military action is underway and a new message about military action is being issued, "he said.
The Indian Foreign Ministry said the allegations were unfounded and accused Qureshi of encouraging Pakistan-based militants to attack targets in India.
"India rejects the irresponsible and ridiculous statement by Pakistan's Foreign Minister to stir up the war hysteria in the region." This public gimmick seems to be a call to terrorists in Pakistan to commit a terrorist attack in India, "said spokesperson Raveesh Kumar.
The accusations led to fifty-two military operations by both parties, further increasing tensions.
"A new Pulwama-like incident can take place in occupied Kashmir, with the aim of increasing diplomatic pressure on Pakistan and justifying (Indian) military action," said Qureshi on Sunday.