India wants to quell domestic dissent to divert attention after China clash: FM Qureshi
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi claims that India is seeking to divert its people’s attention by expelling Pakistani diplomats after the battering of Chinese troops by Indian forces in a clash on their disputed Himalayan border.
In an interview with a foreign news agency, he said Pakistan is concerned about the tension in the Ladakh region following the June 15 clash, in which twenty Indian soldiers were killed.
He also denounced India ‘s announcement of expelling half of the staff at the High Commission of Pakistan in New Delhi over spying, and called these allegations as baseless.
The Foreign Minister said that Indian has no explanations for the battering they received in Ladakh, so they want to refocus to quell the domestic dissent.