DG ISPR warns India’s unchecked violations on LoC worsening situation in region
RAWALPINDI: Spokesperson of the armed forces, Director General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar on Tuesday warned that India’s unchecked violations on the Line of Control were worsening the situation in the region.
“India through this posture is trying to externalize its internal situation through media rhetoric,” he said in an interview with a private news channel.
He said the situation had become very serious in view of the Indian Army’s behavior and statements of Indian leadership.
The DG ISPR termed the Indian allegations of infiltration as well as transporting COVID-19 into India as ridiculous.
He said the uprising in occupied Kashmir was indigenous and there was no reason of any kind of infiltration.
“International community has appreciated Pakistan’s measures towards minorities’ rights and the iconic steps like opening up the Kartarpur border,” he said.
Major General Babar Iftikhar also urged the world to focus on the worsening human rights situation in India that could go out of control any time and have serious impact on the regional peace.
He said on the special directives of Chief of Army Staff, the military wass extended its support to civil administration to control spread of the virus.