India has deployed additional contingents of troops along the Line of Control (LoC) and aircraft squadrons on forward bases, Senator Mushahid Hussain told the media in Islamabad on Thursday.
The chairman senate standing committee on defence was briefing the media after a Senate Standing Committees on Defence and Foreign Affairs on relations with India and Afghanistan.
After a rise in Pak-India tensions, India has deployed additional contingents of troops along the LoC, Mushahid said.
Additionally, India has brought Su-35 aircraft squadrons to forward bases, the senator said.
Pakistan's armed forces are on high alert and ready to respond to any Indian 'misadventures' in a 'befitting' manner, he added.
Mushahid added that India has violated the ceasefire agreement 58 times over the past month after the Uri attack and 103 times during the past year and that there have been 213 border violations by Afghanistan.
Indian forces violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir twice on Wednesday, killing one man and injuring three people.
The senator also condemned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks against Pakistan at the BRICS summit in Goa over the weekend.
Modi at BRICS urged leaders to take a strong and united stand against the "mothership of terrorism" in the South Asian region, in a thinly veiled reference to Pakistan.
India is yet to present evidence of a 'surgical strike', he said.
He said 79 new wings have been created for Pak-Afghan border management.
The senator said there were plans for 78 new crossing points along the Pak-Afghan border.
16 such crossing points have been decided on, he added.