Pakistan makes yet another offer to India

Pakistan makes yet another offer to India

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan has made yet another offer to India over the baseless Indian allegations.

Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal on Saturday said that Pakistan categorically rejects allegations of killing Border Security Force (BSF) soldier.

In a statement, the spokesman said that Pakistan Rangers clearly conveyed to BSF through official channels that they had nothing to do with it. They also extended help in efforts to locate the soldier‘s body, he added.

These facts were known to the Indian authorities and a part of its media also reported that Pakistan had refuted its involvement, he continued.

The spokesman also offered to conduct a joint investigation to establish the truth.

Talking about cancelation of meeting between foreign ministers of both countries at UNGA, Dr Faisal said Pakistan believes that India has once again wasted a serious opportunity to change the dynamics of the bilateral relationship and put the region on the path of peace and development.

He said Pakistan has always desired peaceful and good-neighborly relations with India on the basis of sovereign equality, mutual respect and mutual benefit.