Pakistan Foreign Office responds to the Indian Army Chief threats

Pakistan Foreign Office responds to the Indian Army Chief threats
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ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Foreign Office has responded back to the threat from the Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat .

When asked about accusations made by the Indian Army Chief that Pakistan and China are behind the influx of people from Bangladesh to India’s northeast, the Foreign Office spokesperson termed them a figment of the Indian Army Chief’s imagination.

He said this was being done to create hysteria against Pakistan.

The spokesperson said tension on the Line of control is a cause of concern for Pakistan and the international community.

Responding to a question, Faisal said the most viable solution to the Afghan conflict is through a politically negotiated settlement between the Afghan government and the warring factions.

He clarified that Pakistan has not sent troops to Saudi Arabia to become part of Islamic military alliance.

Foreign Policy