India has violated ceasefire agreement 919 times: FO
April 30, 2020 04:16 PM
Foreign Office Spokesperson Ayesha Farooqi has said that India has violated the ceasefire agreement for 919 times this year, and in Balakot, we have given a clear message to India.
While speaking to the media in her weekly briefing on Thursday, Ayesha Farooqi said “Pakistan dismisses Indian claim accusing Pakistan of launching pad of terrorism.”
“India has been targeting innocent people on the Line of Control in Azad Kashmir, and wants to distract the global focus on Indian-held Kashmir where people are facing the worst kind of state terrorism.”
She further said “India is following its Hindutva agenda in Jammu and Kashmir, and the recent American report outlining the marginalization of minorities in India reflects it.”
Farooqi said that China is fully supporting Pakistan in its fight against the coronavirus, and has not only assured Pakistan the provision of medical equipment but also sent its doctors for further assistance.
“We’re thankful to the Chinese government and its people for providing assistance to Pakistan against the COVID-19.”
About the return of the Pakistanis from abroad, the spokesperson said that “The return of the Pakistanis from other countries is being processed under a proper planning.”
She said that 251 people from Qatar; 17 from Singapore; 209 from Australia have arrived to Pakistan. “More than 14300 Pakistanis stuck in various countries have been brought to Pakistan during the last week.”
Farooqi said that the series of the virtual meetings that foreign minister had launched with the Pakistanis in the UK and US would be continued.
“The overseas Pakistanis will be continuously informed and updated about the Pakistani efforts against the COVID-19.”