ISLAMABAD - Reacting to the statement of Indian information minister, Interior Minister Ch Nisar Ali Khan Wednesday said those who were contemplating any kind of adventure in Pakistan would get a ‘bloody face’ and India should know that ‘Pakistan is not Myanmar’.

Nisar gave these remarks while talking to mediamen at Nadra Headquarters in response to the statement of Indian Information Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore that Indian strikes in Myanmar were a message to all countries including Pakistan who were hostile towards India.

The minister said it should be clear to the Indian government that Pakistan would not be intimidated by threatening statements of its ministers and India should not be mistaken that Pakistan was a Myanmar.

“Those having nefarious designs about Pakistan should be clear that the Armed Forces of Pakistan have the capability to respond to any misadventures and we know how to deal with the enemy,” he warned. Nisar who looked quite angry over the statement of Indian minister said those who were contemplating any kind of adventure in Pakistan would get a “bloody face”.

He said the people and the government of Pakistan wanted peace in the region and that was the reason that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif himself attended the oath-taking ceremony of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

He recalled the PM, setting aside all distrust, particularly the role and history of the Indian prime minister against Muslims and Pakistan, had reiterated the desire for peace and dialogue between the two countries. What Pakistan got in return for its overtures was that all the doors for dialogue were closed while bombing on Line of Control by Indian Army and threatening statements by Indian ministers had become a routine, he regretted.

He said India should know that the people of Pakistan wanted peace and would never accept its hegemony and dominance. The Indian leadership should stop daydreaming, as it would not succeed in their designs to dominate and control Pakistan, Inshallah, Chaudhry Nisar added.

Talking about other issues, Nisar said that the prime minister approved all the recommendations of the ministerial committee constituted on the issue of Rohingya Muslims. About non-allocation of separate fund for Nacta, he said he would soon hold a meeting with the prime minister for this allocation soon.

Responding another question, the minister said that Nadra had provided a list of 3.2 million Pakistanis who were enjoying luxury life in Pakistan but not paying taxes to the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) and FBR was working on it.

He said that he had ordered an inquiry to the Federal Investigation Agency to locate a necklace of worth 1.5 million rupees in the possession of Nadra. “The wife of Turkish prime minister had donated her necklace to the flood affected people of Pakistan and that was purchased by the authority at a cost Rs1.5 million but it disappeared,” he said.