Pakistan top officials held important session with P - 5 Ambassadors over Indian military propaganda
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan top officials held important session with P - 5 Ambassadors over Indian propaganda against Islamabad.
The Acting Foreign Secretary, Moazzam Ahmad Khan briefed Ambassadors of the P-5 Missions in Islamabad today about the recent, intensified anti-Pakistan propaganda emanating from India, Foreign Office in a statement said.
He stressed upon the aggressive, belligerent statements emanating from India, especially the Indian military, including, baseless, unsubstantiated allegations of “terrorist camps.”
Senior Indian military commanders have been giving provocative statements about presence of so called “terrorists planning to infiltrate India” and activation of “terrorist camps” in Mansehra, Rawalakot and Muzaffarabad in AJK. Similar venomous rhetoric against Pakistan continues on Indian media.
These Indian statements signify their desperate attempts to divert attention of the International community from the humanitarian nightmare in IoJ&K where Indian atrocities, including curfew and communications blockade continue for more than 50 days. Indian statements only vitiate an already tense environment and are a threat to regional peace and stability.
Pakistan does not wish confrontation but will give a befitting response in case of any misadventure or false flag activity.
Pakistan strongly rejects these baseless, unfounded allegations which are being used to build the ground to preemptively justify any Indian misadventure/ false flag operation by Indian armed forces along the LOC or elsewhere.