Naik said, "When two sovereign countries (in this case China and Pakistan) interact there is no scope for a third country. It is up to them (China) to sell it. Why are you so under confident? Our country is strong enough."
"Our army, navy and air force will look after the interests of the country. You (media) do not worry about it and do not make others worry about it," Naik said.
Earlier, China signed a contract with Pakistan to sell at least 36 advanced J-10 fighter jets in a deal worth $1.4 billion.