Foreign Office rebukes India’s ‘misleading’ anti-Pakistan allegations

Pakistan’s foreign office, on Thursday, rebuked India’s misleading allegations against Pakistan accusing it of allowing ‘safe heavens’ for terrorists.

Foreign Office Spokesperson – Aisha Farooqui stated that Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has misrepresented the Eleventh Report of the United Nations Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team (MT) regarding Taliban and its associated organization.

“Pakistan categorically rejects India’s malicious allegations, which are aimed at misleading the international community,” she noted.

“The MEA’s distortion and falsification of the contents of the MT report and its concocted allegations reveal that India’s agenda is to create complications for the Afghan peace process. Pakistan has warned the world about the role of spoilers within and outside Afghanistan,” she added.

Furthermore, Foreign Office highlighted Indian role and involvement is using Afghanistan via supporting various proxies and militant organizations to destabilize Pakistan.

Ayesha Farooqui also cited the UN report indicating that terrorist fighters from India are traveling to Afghanistan to join the ISIL-Khorasan (ISIL-K). Security Council resolutions require India to prevent the travel of terrorists to Afghanistan to join ISIL-K.

It is to be noted that an Indian national, the leader of AI Qaeda in the Indian Sub­-Continent, was killed by international forces last year in Afghanistan.