Indian terrorist role in Afghanistan under development disuse unacceptable: Pak tells US

Indian terrorist role in Afghanistan under development disuse unacceptable: Pak tells US
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ISLAMABAD – Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson on Thursday said that the senior leadership of Pakistan had told the United States (US) that Indian role in Afghanistan was unacceptable to Pakistan. He said that India was helping the terrorists in Pakistan in the guise of rebuilding of Afghanistan, reported Dunya News.

In a clear message, Nafees Zakaria stated that Pakistan was concerned about US offer to India to send troops in Afghanistan. He also denied Islamic State’s (IS) presence in Pakistan.

In his weekly press briefing, the FO spokesperson exposed the link between Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and other terrorist organisations working in Afghanistan with Indian intelligence agency RAW.

He added that Prime Minister presented Pakistan’s case brilliantly in United Nations (UN). He also said that Foreign Minister’s foreign tour was successful and all his targets were achieved.

Zakaria told that Russia and China will be having joint military exercises with Pakistan next month and that Pakistan and China were discussing the inclusion of other countries into CPEC .

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