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FO rejects India’s statement over intrusion in Balakot

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ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr. Faisal on Tuesday rejected the Indian army chief’s statement regarding terror camps in Balakot as an attempt to divert attention from atrocities being committed in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK).
While turning down the allegations of the Indian army chief, the Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr. Faisal termed it an attempt to divert international attention from the humanitarian nightmare in occupied Kashmir being perpetrated by Indian occupation forces.
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He said that India would neither succeed in misleading the world community through these diversionary tactics nor will India be able to hide its unabated state-terrorism in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Dr. Faisal said that India denied access to the UN’s mission to visit Kashmir, whereas the mission was free to visit anywhere it liked in IoK.
Dr. Faisal further said, “Indian steps can jeopardize the peace of South Asia, the world should take notice of the situation.”
Dr. Faisal added that 26 citizens were martyred and 124 were injured in Indian aggression alongside the Line of Control (LoC). “India is deliberately targeting the civilian population.”
The miseries and agonies of the people of occupied Kashmir have increased manifold as the continued military siege enters 51st day today.
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