Islamabad condemns India’s malicious allegations on UN reports

by MCR Correspondent

Islamabad has rejected India’s malicious allegations, which were aimed at misleading the international community.

While disclosing this in a statement on Thursday June 4, 2020, Foreign Office Spokesperson, Aisha Farooqui, condemned the allegations leveled by the spokesperson of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs.

“The spokesperson of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs has misrepresented the Eleventh Report of the United Nations Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team concerning the Taliban and other associated individuals and entities constituting the threat to the peace, stability and security of Afghanistan, to slander Pakistan,” Farooqui said.

“There is no reference to “safe havens” in Pakistan in the Monitoring Team report,” she added.

She further stated that the report was based on briefings provided in Afghanistan to the MT by certain quarters who have long expressed skepticism about the Afghan peace process.

“This skepticism is not shared by the larger international community, especially the UN Security Council and the UN Secretary General,” she stated.

Aisha Farooqui said the MEA’s distortion and falsification of the contents of the MT report and its concocted allegations revealed that India’s agenda was to create complications for the Afghan peace process.

“Pakistan has been highlighting India’s sponsorship of terrorist organizations in Afghanistan against Pakistan. The MT report endorses Pakistan’s stance that Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is operating from Afghanistan and with Indian support, threatens Pakistan and other countries in the region,” she added.

“The Report also notes that an Indian national, the leader of AI Qaeda in the Indian Sub-Continent, was killed by international forces last year in Afghanistan.

Earlier reports of MT also highlight the growing strength of ISIL in India and its role in Easter Sunday attack in 2019.”

“India has been using terrorism as state policy to destabilize its neighboring
states, including Pakistan. The people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir
have long suffered from India’s state terrorism, especially after the cruel lockdown and oppression imposed by the RSS-inspired BJP-led extremist
government since August 5, 2019,” she concluded.

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Syeda Faiza Bukhari June 5, 2020 - 12:54 am

The capital of Pakistan is Islamabad.

We don’t expect anything, good from our current Prime Minister. He can only destroy us.


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