Pakistan launches counter offensive against Indian diplomatic onslaught
ISLAMABAD – Pakistan summoned ambassadors from non-permanent members of United Nations Security Council on Saturday to clarify its position over the recent Pulwama attacks and the allegations directed towards it.
Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua met the ambassadors at the Foreign Office in Islamabad and apprised the envoys about a flurry of allegations hurled by India in the aftermath of Pulwama attacks that left 44 soldiers dead.
The official briefed the ambassadors that Indian allegations were unfounded, contradictory and based on unverified social media content which were not rooted in reality.
Janjua also pointed towards known tactics of India to divert global attention from gross human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
The foreign secretary also emphasized continued importance of implementing the resolutions of United Nations Security Council resolution on Kashmir.
India had alleged Pakistan of playing a part in the Pulwama attacks without any substantive proof in this regard.
Adil Ahmad Dar, a 20-year-old had claimed responsibility for the attack in a video, however, his Muslim origin has flared up Indians to assault Muslim community members in Kashmir and other parts of the country.