Meanwhile, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf reviewed the security situation along the Indo-Pak border following the Jammu incident, in which 30 persons, mostly armymen and their family members, were killed.
"In the wake of the threat by the Indian leadership following the events that took place in Jammu, Musharraf has held important meetings in which he was briefed about the situation along the border with India," a report by Pakistan's NNI news agency said on Wednesday.
On Tuesday night, Information Minister Nisar Memon told the BBC in Islamabad that the charges (of its involvement in the Jammu attack) were aimed at maligning Pakistan.
"Whenever there are attacks in India, it claims that it was done by Pakistan. I totally reject this. India has miserably failed in this game. In the past too, they resorted to all kinds of methods to malign Pakistan," he said.
Memon also said that Pakistani troops were fully prepared for any eventuality. "India should understand that any action from them will be responded with full force," he said.
Asked about using nuclear weapons, Memon said, "Pakistan is a responsible state and we think that this kind of thing will not happen. We have acquired nuclear energy for the betterment of the people of the country."
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