Following Indian claims of "surgical strikes" at the terror launch pads in Pakistani Kashmir, Pakistan opposition party leader Imran Khan said he will show his Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif how to react to such "aggressions".
"Initially I had to give a message to Nawaz Sharif, but tomorrow I will send a message to Modi too," the cricketer-turned politician said.
Khan also urged people to participate in the march. "People from all over Pakistan should participate in the march to display unity," he said, adding that "I will show Nawaz Sharif how to respond to Modi".
The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief also referred to Nawaz Sharif's "inability to govern" and said, "(Army Chief) Gen Raheel is representing the nation."
Pakistan has rejected the Indian claim of "surgical strikes" but confirmed that two of its soldiers were killed when the Indian military resorted to firing across the LoC, which divides Jammu and Kashmir between the two countries, on Thursday.