The Overseas Workplace (FO) on Thursday strongly condemned Indian House Minister Rajnath Singh’s “irresponsible statements” previous this week, terming them a ‘whole violation of international norms’, Radio Pakistan reported.
In keeping with Indian media, Rajnath Singh had stated Pakistan would “quickly be in ten items” if cross-border terrorism does now not come to an finish.
“Pakistan has been divided into 2 nations (in 1971). If it does now not prevent cross-border terrorism, it’s going to quickly be in 10 items,” Singh had stated.
Learn extra: Rajnath Singh warns Pakistan of 1971-like penalties
FO Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria alleged Singh’s remarks vindicated Pakistan’s long-standing place that the Indian executive and its intelligence businesses are fascinated about subversive actions in Pakistan and are looking to destabilise it.
He referred to as at the global group to take realize of Singh’s “irresponsible statements”, in addition to alleged Indian interference in Pakistan.
Zakaria stated Pakistan believes the non violent means is the most productive way for solution of remarkable problems between Pakistan and India, together with the Kashmir dispute.
Indus Waters Treaty
Zakaria showed Pakistan had won the Global Financial institution’s letter pronouncing a pause on arbitration between India and Pakistan relating to India’s development of two dams at the Chenab River.
He stated that consultations at the topic are ongoing.
The WB had defined the pause pronouncing: “Each processes initiated via the respective nations have been advancing on the similar time, making a possibility of contradictory results that would probably endanger the Treaty.”
‘Overseas powers looking to sabotage Afghan peace procedure’
The FO spokesperson stated proof has been discovered of overseas involvement in makes an attempt to sabotage the Afghan peace procedure.
Pakistan has all the time helped Afghanistan and has hosted greater than 3 million refugees in spite of its depleting assets, he stated.
He claimed that every one outstanding terrorists killed have been primarily based in Afghanistan. All proof and contacts connected to the Haqqani Community have been present in Afghanistan, Zakaria alleged.
The FO spokesperson rejected claims of Daesh ─ any other identify for the militant Islamic State workforce ─ running in Pakistan.
“Claims that Daesh is working in Pakistan don’t seem to be evidence, and will have to now not be handled as such,” he stressed out.