Pakistan asks India to allow UN commission of inquiry to visit IHK
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said that Indian is involved in the state terrorism in Indian-held Jammu Kashmir.
Speaking at his weekly press conference, the FO spokesperson strongly condemned the Indian brutalities in Indian-held Jammu Kashmir (IHK) and urged the Indian government to permit the UN commission of inquiry to visit the IHK valley and find facts on the ground.
Dr Faisal termed that no decision has been taken regarding to seek assistance from IMF till now. He also said Indian is carrying out ceasefire violations on the line of control (LoC) to divert world attention from its atrocities in IHK. He also said that Pakistan is ready to host the SAARC summit at the earliest so that the matters can move forward.
The FO spokesperson further said India is involved in stoking terrorism in different parts of Pakistan. He said the arrest of Kulbushan Yadav is an ample evidence in this regard.
Dr Muhammad Faisal reiterated Pakistan’s support for the people of Turkey in their quest for peace and prosperity. He said Pakistan is opposed to imposition of any unilateral sanctions on any country.
“Pakistan and Afghanistan are engaged in developing a time bound repatriation plan for early and complete return of Afghan refugees to their homeland.” he said. In this regard, he said an Afghan delegation will soon be visiting Islamabad for consultations.
To a question, the spokesperson rejected as baseless the allegations hurled by Afghan officials that elements from Pakistan were also involved in the recent terror attack in Ghazni. He said there is no evidence to back up the spurious accusations.
Dr Faisal said Pakistan has always supported an Afghan led and Afghan owned peace process and it will welcome any ceasefire agreement between the parties there.