Pakistan will continue to expose India’s ugly face to world: Moeed

By: INP      Published: 09:48 PM, 16 Jan, 2021
Pakistan will continue to expose India’s ugly face to world: Moeed
Special Assistant to Prime Minister on National Security Moeed Yousuf speaks at an event.–File photo

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on National Security Moeed Yousuf has said that India faked terrorism to implicate Pakistan for 20 years. 

“We should stop wondering about fake claims of a rogue state and continue exposing its ugly face to world,” Moeed said in an interview on Saturday. 

He said, “We should stop being surprised, India’s deeds are in front of everyone. As a state we repeatedly said the Pulwama attack was fake.” He said that he was repeatedly informing the world that India could carry out another fake operation and had also given dossier to the world. Now the world has to draw a conclusion, until the results India will continue to cover its face, he said. 

The special assistant on national security said that Indian banks are also spreading terrorism and now the world has to do justice regarding India. Things come up against India on a daily basis and the world should make a decision based on justice against India, which has been pretending to be a victim of terrorism for the last 20 years, he said. 

Moeed Yousuf added that India would be active on the global diplomatic front. “We will further strengthen our lobby. Their lobby is very strong globally, but we will still try to win the world stage with truth. We will not be afraid of anyone and we will not apologize to anyone but will admit our weaknesses,” he said. He said that Pakistan had already said that Pulwama attack was a drama. “We should stop being surprised at claims of a rogue state. Pakistan has exposed the face of India to the world and they will be humiliated,” he said.

The special assistant said that in the last one and a half years, India has been reprimanded through diplomacy. “A lot of effort has been made and more will be done. We need time for that,” he said. During the conversation, Moeed Yousuf said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was talking about the False Flag operation not as an individual but as a state. “We cannot bring everything to the public,” he said. 

“The world does not listen to us with justice, which they should listen to. The enemy country buys weapons from big countries in the world, they have interests. After the facts of the Pulwama attack came to light, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) was urging the international community to take action against India, as Indian banks were involved in money laundering while the money was being used inappropriately. With such money, these people spread terrorism, the world must do justice,” he added.