Pakistan rejects allegations of unfounded Indian infiltration – Pakistan | Instant News

Last updated when May 2, 2020 11:33 a.m.

Pakistan officially offers the United Nations to approach India to get information on the alleged “launch pad”

Islamabad (Dunya News) – Pakistan has firmly rejected India’s unfounded accusations for so-called infiltration efforts and illogical claims about targeting a launching of fiction along the Control Line.

In a press release issued today, the Foreign Office Spokesperson indicated that the regurgitation of allegations and false claims by India was aimed at diverting world attention from Indian state-sponsored terrorism and gross human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ & K) occupied by India.

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It said India was trying to use this accusation as an excuse to launch a false flag operation and deliberately targeting innocent civilians along the Control Line.

To expose Indian falsity to the world, Pakistan has brought neutral observers, journalists, human rights organizations and diplomats based in Islamabad to the LoC on several occasions in the past.

The spokesman expressed his belief that Pakistan’s policies and approaches were clear because they would not allow the use of their land for any activities against anyone. In this background, Pakistan officially offers the United Nations to approach India to get information about the alleged “launch pad” and share the same with United

The United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan, who will be welcomed to move to any area without sharing specifics with the Pakistani government to validate India’s claims.

The spokesman expressed hope that India would act responsibly, reduce its rhetoric and aggressive steps on the ground, stop violations of the ceasefire and deliberately target civilians, and enable UNMOGIP to play its mandate role effectively, which is crucial for peace. and stability in South Asia.


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