India wants to undermine peace, economic prosperity in Pakistan: FM
MULTAN (92 News) – Foreign Minister (FM) Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Sunday said that Indian wanted to undermine peace and economic prosperity in Pakistan.
Addressing a press conference in Multan, the minister said that India wants to create unrest in Pakistan to destabilize the country by sponsoring terrorism in the country. "India is directly involved in terrorist activities in Pakistan and warned that such action can sabotage regional peace," he added.
FM Qureshi said India wants to sabotage China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) because it knows that CPEC is a game changer project for Pakistan. "New Delhi has allocated 80 billion rupees for terrorists and established terrorists training camps on its soil to disrupt CPEC projects," he maintained.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi said India also wants to create unrest in Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) during and after elections and the dossier, containing irrefutable evidence of Indian sponsorship to terrorism has exposed Indian plans.
FM urges opposition to postpone public gathering
Fm Qureshi also advised the opposition to postpone their PDM public gathering. "The opposition gathers four people and thinks that a great revolution has taken place. He must know that the voter casts his vote own behalf of his free will," he added.
He urged opposition to review their planned rallies due to surge in coronavirus cases in the country and said that Multan and Hyderabad are coronavirus hotspots.
India as a threat to region’s peace
He said India has become a threat to the region’s peace and stability and International community should take notice of the Indian nefarious designs to destabilize Pakistan through terrorism.
India using Afghan soil against Pakistan
Foreign Minister said India is also using Afghan soil against Pakistan, therefore Pakistan and Afghanistan should devise a comprehensive strategy to fight against the terrorism.