Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique said on Saturday that India was the biggest exporter of terrorism in the region.
Expressing his views on the social media website Twitter on Saturday, the railways minister demanded that the UN and all civilised nations should take notice of India's "barbaric actions".
بھارت سرکار ھندوستان کے اندر اور باھر دھشت گردی کی بڑی ایکسپورٹر ھے— Khawaja Saad Rafique (@KhSaad_Rafique) September 23, 2017
اقوام متحدہ انسانی حقوق کے عالمی ادارے اور مہذب اقوام کو بھارتی درندگی کا نوٹس لینا ھو گا— Khawaja Saad Rafique (@KhSaad_Rafique) September 23, 2017
Ceasefire violation: Pakistan summons India’s deputy high commissioner
Rafique also pointed out Indian forces’ recent ceasefire violations along the working boundary that left at least six civilians dead and dozens others wounded. He added that the unbridled Indian troops were involved in all kinds of state and non-state sponsored terrorism.
ورکنگ باؤنڈری پر بھارتی فوج کی وحشیانہ فائرنگ سے چھ معصوم پاکستانیوں کی شھادت درندگی اور سفاکی کی انتہا ھے— Khawaja Saad Rafique (@KhSaad_Rafique) September 23, 2017
بے لگام بھارتی فوج ھر قسم کی ریاستی اور غیر ریاستی دھشت گردی کا باقاعدہ حصہ ھے— Khawaja Saad Rafique (@KhSaad_Rafique) September 23, 2017
The minister also tweeted a picture of Lieutenant Arsalan, 22, the officer commanding the newly-established border post in Rajgal, Khyber Agency martyred in cross-border firing earlier in the day, with a couplet praising his sacrifice and bravery.
شھادت ھے مطلوب و مقصود ِ مومن نہ مال ِ غنیمت نہ کشور کشاٸ pic.twitter.com/BWi6m2jFFe— Khawaja Saad Rafique (@KhSaad_Rafique) September 23, 2017
Earlier, the Foreign Office said that the deliberate targeting of civilians was deplorable and contrary to human dignity and international human rights and humanitarian laws. “Despite calls for restraint, India continues to indulge in ceasefire violations,” it added.
“In 2017 to date, Indian forces have carried out more than 870 ceasefire violations along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary, resulting in the Shahadats of 38 innocent civilians and injuries to 142, as compared to 382 ceasefire violations in 2016,” according to the Foreign Ministry figures.
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