During the weekly news briefing, Foreign Office spokesman, Nafeez Zakaria said there was evidence of Indian interference in Pakistan. He added that India was using Afghan soil for terrorism in Pakistan.
Nafees Zakaria responded to Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) bringing paid demonstrators to an anti-Pakistan protest in Geneva.
“Pakistani media exposed the fabricated propaganda of Indian media,” Zakaria said.
He added the Pakistani media had also been highlighting the issue of Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir.
The FO spokesman said Prime Minister’s envoys Mushahid Hussain and Dr Shahzia had met with the United Nations General Assembly president and a dossier had been submitted of human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.
According to Zakaria, the PM’s envoys had highlighted the Kashmir issue on the global stage. The spokesman called on the international community to take notice of the human rights violations.
The spokesman further said Pakistan’s stance on the Kashmir issue was supported by Turkey, while a dossier had also been given the British government by Pakistan’s High Commissioner.
Dawn journalist story based on assumptions
The spokesman Nafees Zakrai added that the story by Dawn journalist Cyril Almeida was based on assumptions, a fact that the reporter himself accepts in the story.
“Pakistan is not being isolated internationally. All this is propaganda,” the spokesman said, adding that Pakistan enjoys brotherly relations with all countries.
He added that Indian leaders have on record accepted spreading terrorism in Pakistan.
The spokesperson said that India is using Afghan soil to carry out terrorist activities in Pakistan.
All national institutes are on the same page when it comes to eliminating terrorism, the Foreign Office spokesman added.
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