Pakistan categorically rejects Indian Army Chief’s baseless allegations, claims
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has categorically rejected the Indian Army Chief’s fallacious comments, insinuating the presence of so-called launch pads and training camps across the line of control.
In a statement Thursday, Foreign Office Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar said there is nothing new about the Indian General’s unfounded allegations, as these are a part of the malicious anti-Pakistan propaganda being pedaled by the BJP-RSS combine at the helm in India.
He said the Indian government is driven by its belligerent and expansionist agenda embedded in the delusional notion of Akhand Bharat, which poses a grave threat to regional peace.
The Indian Army Chief has made a desperate attempt at diverting global attention from India’s state-terrorism and egregious human rights violations, which continue unabated in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
Pakistan calls on India to forthwith halt its tyranny in the IIOJK, renounce its campaign of persecution of Kashmiris, and let them exercise their right to self-determination as promised to them under the relevant UN Security Council resolutions.
“Pakistan is committed to pursuing meaningful dialogue with India for peaceful resolution of all outstanding disputes, including Jammu and Kashmir. The onus is, however, on India to create an enabling environment conducive for dialogue,” the statement concludes. TF REPORT