Pakistan shared “irrefutable evidence” of Indian involvement in terrorism

ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Saturday said Pakistan has shared irrefutable evidence of India’s involvement in terrorist activities in the country.

The statement by the Foreign Office comes after Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) held a joint press conference exposing Indian involvement in subversive activities, terrorism and attempts to sabotage CPEC.

“India stands fully exposed as a state-sponsor of terrorism,” said the foreign office spokesperson. He said Pakistan has shared irrefutable evidence of Indian agency RAW’s involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan. “The world community must hold India to account for aiding, abetting & supporting terrorism as a tool of state policy,” he said.

The foreign office spokesman India is the “fountainhead and the face of state terrorism in South Asia.” He said it ironic, as evident from the statements of its political and military leadership, that India takes state sponsorship of terrorism as a matter of national pride.

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the one-sided narrative ends today as “India has gotten away with state-sponsored terrorism and cultivating seeds of hatred across the border.”

He said they have presented “irrefutable evidence to the world on Indian state’s insatiable appetite for terrorism, violence and instability” by funding banned organisation, arming terrorists, savage attacks on innocent civilians and desperately trying to lobby against Pakistan’s growing global role of peace and progress;

“India has become a rogue state. It is time world wakes up to an Indian state that is only incredible in its fanaticism,” he said.

He said Pakistan will not be deterred from its commitment to fostering relationships built on peace, harmony and stability, for the prosperity of all. “Equally, we will not be deterred from exposing those who stand for the very opposite,” he added.