FM calls UN to de-escalate current tensions after Pulwama attack
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi asked the UN Secretary General to play his role for the de-escalation of current tensions which were caused by Indian government’s rhetoric against Pakistan over Pulwama attack.
The minister said that he had written a letter to the UN secretary general, requesting him to play his role for the “de-escalation” of current tensions between India and Pakistan in the wake of the Pulwama attack.
FM Qureshi said in his letter he had raised concerns over the negative tactics used by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government ahead of the elections in India. He said he had cautioned the secretary-general about India’s efforts.
The FM said that the UN Chief has been requested to play his part for the de-escalation of current tensions created by irresponsible attitude of the Indian government after the Pulwama attack. He also said Pakistan has given a very measured and responsible response to the baseless accusations of India.
Weeks before the attack in Indian-held Jammu Kashmir, the minister said, the Pakistan Foreign Office had informed the envoys of P5 countries that Islamabad feared that India would create a Pakistan-bashing atmosphere ahead of its elections and could resort to some misadventure in order to galvanise the extremist Hindu vote.
The minister asked India to present actionable evidence of involvement of Pakistan-based groups in the Pulwama attack, if it had any, and assured that Pakistan would honestly investigate the same.
Tensions between India and Pakistan are once again flared up following last week’s militant attack in Pulwama.
Pakistan rejects Indian absurd claims over Pulwama attack
Pakistan has reminded India that bluster, belligerence and pursuit of expedient standards to suit internal political interests is both delusional and counterproductive.
Reacting to on absurd claims made by spokesperson of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs about Foreign Secretary’s briefing to the diplomatic corps, Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said India must come out of the denial mode, end state repression against Kashmiri youth, address widespread alienation in Occupied Kashmir and pursue the path of dialogue.
Indian drama over Pulwama suicide attack exposed
Earlier, the Indian drama over the Pulwama suicide attack was exposed after the disclosure that the alleged suicide attacker Adil Dar was already in the custody of the Indian army.
According to information obtained by 92 News, the Indian army had arrested Adil Dar during an operation in Shopian on September 10, 2017.
The operation participated by Indian army commando wing was launched at 6am and a Kashmiri youth was martyred during the operation. The occupation forces had destroyed a house and a youth was arrested from under the debris. The arrested youth was identified as Adil Ahmed Dar.
The Kashmir Times had also published the news about the arrest of Adil Ahmed Dar.
In a suicide attack two days ago, 44 Indian soldiers were killed. Launching a propaganda campaign, the Indian media released a video of the alleged suicide attacker who was identified as Adil Ahmed Dar.It is a big question that how he carried out the suicide attack when he was already in the custody of Indian army.