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Pakistan warns India of ‘full spectrum response’ against any misadventure


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

18th Dec, 2020. 04:24 pm
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Pakistan warns

Pakistan has once again drawn the attention of the global community to the Modi government’s intentions of staging a false flag operation to divert the world’s attention from the grave human rights violations in India and the Occupied Kashmir.

According to the details, Shah Mahmood Qureshi was addressing the press in UAE, said that millions of people in India had realized the facts and the international human rights organizations, as well as the foreign media, were also covering these protests.

He said that “India is planning another surgical strike in Pakistan.”

Shah Mahmood Qureshi warned India of full-spectrum response’ by Pakistan defense forces against any misadventure. The Foreign Minister added that “Those who have interests in India have set aside their democratic values and kept silent over this situation.” said Qureshi.



The foreign minister pointed out that today in India those protesting against discriminatory measures were facing the worst police torture at the behest of the Modi regime. He said the police were involved in torturing people by raiding Muslim majority areas.

India Farmers’ Protest

The 2020 Indian farmers’ protest is an ongoing protest against the three farm acts which were passed by the Parliament of India in September 2020.

The acts have been described as “anti-farmer laws” by many opposition unions and farmer unions and politicians from the opposition also say it would leave farmers at the “mercy of corporates”.

The government, however, maintains that they will make it effortless for farmers to sell their produce directly to big buyers, and stated protests are based on misinformation.

Tens of thousands of protesting Indian farmers are camping along at least five major highways on the outskirts of Indian capital and have said they won’t leave until the government rolls back new laws on agricultural reform that they say will drive down crop prices and devastate their earnings.

The farmers have been blockading highways leading to the capital for three weeks, and several rounds of talks with the government have failed to produce any breakthroughs.

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