Pakistan termed Indian allegations of international terrorism as ‘irresponsible’ and ‘gratuitous’
Pakistan categorically rejected Indian allegations of country’s involvement in “International terrorism” as the ministry of foreign affairs (MoFA) termed Indian home affairs minister, S Jaishankar’s comments as “irresponsible” and “gratuitous.”
In a press release, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) said, “His [Jaishankar’s] unfounded remarks are yet another manifestation of the Indian leaders’ obsession to concoct facts with respect to terrorism for misleading the international community.”
The FO further said that India blame “neighbors in a bid to mask India’s own well-known credentials as a state-sponsor of terrorism and a serial violator of human rights”
The extent to which Indian government has committed human rights violations is unmatchable. “Nowhere is state-terrorism more evident than in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJK), where over 900,000 Indian occupation forces continue to terrorise, torture and torment innocent Kashmiris with impunity,” added the release.
The BJP led governments who believe in extremists Hindu ideology have made life miserable for Muslims across India. International human rights organizations have shown their concerns on the brutal use of force against innocent minorities in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
The accomplishments and efforts of Pakistan in the war against terrorism and world peace are widely recognized across the world. “Pakistan is the only country that has stemmed the tide of terror directed against it from elements and states with inimical motives,” added MoFA.
“In reality, India has been involved in supporting terrorism against Pakistan from its own territory and from other countries in the region.” It maintained.
The Foreign office the said the international community need to hold India accountable for its grave violation of human rights and “for instigating unrest in neighboring countries”.