India escalated anti-Pakistan propaganda after dossier presentation: FO
Islamabad rejects Delhi’s briefing to foreign envoys, says Pakistan will continue exposing India
November 24, 2020 06:52 PM
A Foreign Office spokesperson rejected the reported briefing to a group of foreign envoys at the Indian Ministry of External Affairs on the so-called attempted terrorist attack in Nagrota district in Indian Illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
Responding to media queries, the Foreign Minister said the Indian government has escalated its anti-Pakistan campaign, marked by false narratives, concocted evidence, and orchestration of false flag operations.
The spokesperson said these anti-Pakistan campaigns escalated following the presentation of the dossier by Pakistan containing irrefutable evidence of India’s active planning, promoting, aiding, abetting, financing and execution of terrorist activities in Pakistan.
The purported briefing by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs is yet another attempt to mischievously implicate Pakistan in some alleged planned attack in IIOJK, the spokesperson said.
The MOFA termed it completely baseless and unsubstantiated Indian allegations are nothing but a reflection of desperate efforts on India’s part to salvage its false terrorism narrative against Pakistan and to divert international attention from its state-terrorism in IIOJK and state-sponsorship of terrorism against Pakistan.
Pakistan has been consistently sensitizing the international community regarding the possibility of India undertaking a false flag operation with the intention to implicate Pakistan and jeopardizing regional peace and security. “We forewarn the world community once again,” the MOFA Spokesperson said.
The Foreign Office spokesperson said Pakistan will continue exposing India and not let the world community be misled by Indian propaganda. “The world community, including the United Nations counter-terrorism mechanisms, must act on the Dossier presented by Pakistan with incontrovertible evidence of Indian state-sponsorship of terrorism,” the spokesperson said.