Last week, the Indian government faced embarrassment when a Foreign Policy magazine report citing senior USA defence officials stated that none of Pakistan's F-16 jets had been shot down by the Indian Air Force ─ contrary to India's claims ─ on Fen 27, when tensions between both countries had spiked in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack.
He said that India could stage a "Pulwama style" attack in Kashmir to use it as justification for its military adventure against Pakistan.
Earlier in the day, at his residence in Multan, Qureshi claimed that, "We have reliable intelligence that India is planning a new attack on Pakistan".
"There are chances of another aggression against Pakistan and according to our information this action can take place between April 16 and 20", Mr Qureshi told reporters.
Mr Qureshi did not elaborate on the nature of the attack or the intelligence but said Prime Minister Imran Khan had agreed to share the information.
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The foreign minister observed that India made three claims related to surgical strike, including targeting of three terrorists camps, killing 350 terrorists, and shooting down F-16 plane of Pakistan.
India launched a series of airstrikes on Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on February 17, in a bid to flush out terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed.
The 27 February air battle exacerbated New Delhi-Islamabad tensions, resulting in multiple cross-border exchanges of fire and several Pakistani drones allegedly violating Indian airspace.
Without prolonging the issue or throwing red-herring into the matter, Pakistan accepted the Indian proposal. Two Indian jets were shot down, one pilot was captured but later released. "India reserves the right to respond firmly and decisively to any cross border terrorist attack", the ministry spokesperson added.
"When Modi is talking about launching an attack on Pakistan, the selected prime minister is busy in his tirade against the country's opposition", she added.
Pakistani authorities have handed over 100 detained Indian fishermen to their country's officials at the Wahga border crossing.