India outraged at Pak High Commissioner statement 


NEW DELHI: India outraged at Pak High Commissioner Abdul Basit’s Statement that India is not interested in composite peace dialogue with Pakistan.


Indian National Security Advisor (NSA) AJit Doval established a telephonic conversation with his Pakistani counterpart and complaint on Abdul Basit’s statement.


Doval claimed that the statement put a negative impact on international community and it could affect the upcoming visit of PM Narendra Modi to Pakistan.


He also requested his counterpart Nasir Khan Janjua to reject the statement of Pakistan envoy.


Doval’s statement came after a day of Pakistan High Commission’s remarks who claimed that only Pakistan is interested in bilateral peace but India is not cooperating.


Basit claimed that the arrest of Indian spy from Pakistan shows that who want to unrest the country.


Basit said “We all are aware of those who seek to create unrest in Pakistan and destabilize the country… They are bound to fail as the people of Pakistan are united to effectively counter anti-Pakistan subversive activities.”


He also claimed that India’s NIA didn’t cooperate with Pakistan JIT in Pathankot incident probe and NIA remained fail to produce solid evidence against JeM involvement that’s why there is no chance of NIA to visit Pakistan in this connection.