"We cannot leave our eastern border unattended so we may have to reconsider how we can adjust. In fact we will have to weaken at the western border," Information Minister Nisar Memon was quoted as saying.
"India has created a situation on our borders, which demands that we should reorganise and redeploy all forces in a ready state," he said.
"The threat of the terrorism on the west... we will have to live with it with little bit reduced forces so that at least the threat of war from India can be contained on our eastern borders and LoC [Line of Control]," he said.
Pakistan would also ask the United Nations to release a brigade that is involved in peacekeeping operations in Sierra Leone, he said.
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