India using Afghan soil to promote terror activities in Pakistan: FO

Nafees Zakaria says New Delhi remained exposed after Jhadav's trial and Ehsanullah Ehsan's confessional video


Our Correspondent July 02, 2017
Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakara. PHOTO: AFP

ISLAMABAD: Islamabad on Sunday accused India of using Afghanistan soil to promote terrorism in Pakistan, Radio Pakistan reported.

Reiterating Indian involvement in terror financing in Pakistan, the Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said, “India’s subversive designs remained exposed after the trial of Kulbhushan Jhadav and the confessional statement of former Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan spokesperson Ehsanullah Ehsan.”

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Highlighting the ongoing situation in Indian-held Kashmir, the spokesperson said the human rights violation by occupied forces was now known to the world. He added the Kashmiri people are struggling for their basic rights.

COMMENTS (3)

numbersnumbers | 4 years ago | Reply Dear FO author, just what have Pakistan's proxies (like Afghan Taliban and Haqqani!) accomplished over the last 15 years plus in Afghanistan!
bogus | 4 years ago | Reply Pakistan has a long history of blaming others for it's problems. The TTP is a "home grown" terrorist organization which was tolerated/feared by Pakistan until they targeted the children of the military.
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