thenews.com.pk 19 Sep, 2020 04:00 am

FO sees Indian hand behind sectarian violence in Pakistan

FO sees Indian hand behind sectarian violence in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office hinted on Friday that India could be behind sectarian violence in Pakistan as supported by its premier intelligence agencies.During the weekly media briefing, the...

”Rather he said it was India which objected to the map, but its objection was overruled.In fact, he said, India tried to vitiate the atmosphere by objecting to Pakistan’s official map.However, he said, India’s attempts to use an important multilateral forum for petty bilateral politics failed.During the weekly media briefing, the Foreign Office spokesman said it could be part of the consistent efforts made by India to destabilise Pakistan.

As reports circulate that the government has decided to elevate Gilgit-Baltistan to the status of a full-fledged province, to a query the spokesman said that the GB reforms are an ongoing process that include political, administrative and economic reforms.Rafale jets are dual-capable systems that can also be modified as nuclear weapon delivery platforms,” said the spokesman.

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