He said on Sunday that an attack could take place between April 16 and 20, adding that Pakistan had told the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council of its concerns.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan asserted again Saturday that his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, and his ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are "whipping up war hysteria and false claims" to try to win the upcoming elections in India.
"We have reliable intelligence that another act of aggression is highly likely between April 16 and 20 by India against Pakistan", he said.
The statement further added that "This public gimmick appears to be a call to Pakistan-based terrorists to undertake a terror attack in India". India had then carried out a "pre-emptive non-military" air strike across the Line of Control in Balakot at the terror camps of JeM with more than 1000 kgs of bomb. Wing Commander Abhinandan. The pilot was released on March 1 as a gesture of peace by the Pakistani government.
"I am speaking responsibly, I hold a position of responsibility, and I know the words I utter will be picked up by the worldwide media", he prefaced. "And its objective will be to justify their [India's] offensive against Pakistan and to increase diplomatic pressure against Islamabad", he alleged.
India struck the biggest terrorist training camp of terror group Jaish-e-Muhammed deep inside Pakistan on 26 February almost two weeks after the Pulwama terror attack in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed. India said Pakistan was covering up for Jaish-e-Mohammed, the militant group behind the bombing, instead of helping to stop their terrorist activities.
"We want the global community to take notice of this irresponsible behavior and warn India against treading this path", Qureshi stressed.
"The worldwide community, given the sensitivity of this flashpoint, should not remain silent", he stated, adding that the global community should and would have to play their role in this regard.
The foreign office said India reserved the right to respond firmly and decisively to any cross border militant attack, accusing Pakistan of being complicit in such attacks on India.
The situation was deflated within days, with Islamabad quickly releasing a captured Indian pilot from the plane it shot down.
According to details, the FO warned the rival India against any misadventure.
Earlier on Sunday, Pakistan summoned the Indian deputy high commissioner to protest against any "misadventure", Pakistani Foreign Office spokesman Mohammad Faisal said in a tweet.
India was also informed that it should expect a fitting response from Pakistan if the former resorts "to any aggression", the spokesperson revealed.