US warns Pak over Attacks in India during Visit of Obama

Washington, Jan 19: The United States on Monday warned Pakistan of facing consequences if any terrorist attack takes place in India during its President Barck Obama's visit to the country.

The warning was issued after reviewing the growing tensions and recent ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC) from Pakistan side in which several Indian jawans and civilians were killed.

In response to warning, Pakistan assured the US about the safety of President Obama, who is scheduled to arrive in New Delhi on Jan 25 and attend the Republic Day celebration on Jan 26.

It can be noted that, earlier US Secretary of State John Kerry had asked Pakistan during his visit to Islamabad to fight against the militant groups those are threatening its neighbouring country India, while announcing assistance worth $250 million to the country.

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