PM Imran Khan travelled to Muzaffarabad, capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir, making his first visit to the region since becoming Pakistan's leader in 2018.
"You take action and this is my message: every brick will be countered with a stone,” Imran said addressing Modi. "We will respond to whatever you do, we will go till the end."
President Dr Arif Alvi said that Pakistan would continue to stand with Kashmiris as it has always done, as Pakistan observed the 73rd Independence Day as Kashmir Solidarity Day on Wednesday to express solidarity with Kashmiris and highlight their plight.
Pakistan has asked the United Nations Security Council for an urgent meeting on the contested Kashmir region also claimed by India, according to a letter released by Pakistan’s foreign
New Delhi rushed tens of thousands of additional soldiers to one of the world's most militarised regions to prevent unrest and protests.
The service, known as the "friendship bus," has long been seen as a symbolic link between the two countries. Launched in 1999, it has run almost continuously since, including throughout the last crisis between the two countries in February.
"Pakistan is looking at political, diplomatic and legal options," Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi told a news conference in Islamabad, though he ruled out a new military conflict.
"All kinds of Indian content have been stopped and Pemra (Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority) has been directed to step up its vigilance in this regard along with actions against the sale of Indian DTH instruments," Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan said on Thursday.
Seeking to tighten its grip on the contested region, the Indian government this week withdrew the state's right to frame its own laws and allowed non-residents to buy property there.