ISLAMABAD, Jan 3 � Pakistan today threatened India with retaliation over the killing of its soldiers in cross-border firing, saying it will now �communicate in the language they understand�.
�In the past 6-7 months, we have tried to better our ties with India so that peace can prevail. But it seems that they do not understand this language,� Defence Minister Khawaja Asif told reporters here.
�I believe, we will now communicate with India in the language they understand,� he said. His remarks came after four Pakistani rangers were killed in BSF�s strong retaliation after a jawan of the force lost his life in heavy firing from the other side on a patrol on December 31. � PTI