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India is acting irresponsibly says FM Shah Mahmood


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

22nd Jun, 2020. 09:55 am
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Pakistan

Pakistan Foreign Minister FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that India may activate sleeper cells across the border to avoid questioning on Ladakh matter.

According to details, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that India may activate its sleeper cells in some parts of Pakistan to cover up the questioning by its people over the country’s embarrassment in Ladakh standoff with China.

He said such subversive incidents have already taken place in Karachi and even India could also pace up its violations on the Line of Control.

The Foreign Minister said the BJP government is under immense pressure and Pakistan will have to minutely deliberate over the current situation.
He said India is acting irresponsibly and playing a subversive role in Afghanistan.

Minister for Foreign Affairs said earlier that India was facing diplomatic isolation and was on the verge of bankruptcy in the wake of COVID-19.

He said India had strained its relations with all the regional countries including China and Nepal.

Shah Mahmood said India could resort to a false flag operation against Pakistan in the current situation.

He, however, warned that they would give a befitting and immediate response if India cast an evil eye on Pakistan.

FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the entire nation was united for the security, sovereignty and dignity of the country.

India had been campaigning to become a non-permanent member of the Security Council since 2013, he said adding that it would not change the stance of the United Nations on outstanding Kashmir dispute.

He added that Pakistan has given a cakewalk to India for becoming a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council.

He said the world body stuck to its principled stance on Kashmir and considered it a disputed territory and there were also United Nations Security Council’s resolutions on the lingering dispute.

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