Envoys briefed about Indian malicious agenda against Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: In the wake of Indian baseless allegations implicating Pakistan in the recent Pulwama attack on Indian forces in Jammu and Kashmir, the Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua is holding back-to-back briefings with foreign envoys, apprising them of Indian malicious agenda against Pakistan and persecution of Kashmiris at the hands of occupied forces.

In a briefing at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) in Islamabad on Sunday, Tehmina Janjua apprised ambassadors from Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) States on Pulwama attack, and recalled the familiar pattern of India blaming Pakistan instantly after such incidents without any investigation.

Tehmina Janjua also briefed the African ambassadors regarding Pulwama attack at the MOFA today.

The ambassadors were told that deliberate anti-Pakistan frenzy is being spurred in India. They were told that baseless Indian allegations and aggressive rhetoric are counterproductive and a threat to the regional peace.

Earlier Tehmina Janjua also briefed the ambassadors from the European Union (EU) and Permanent as well as Non-Permanent Members of the UN Security Council, and conveyed them Pakistan’s perspective on unfounded allegations by the Indian government following Pulwama attack.

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The envoys were apprised that such Indian tactics are aimed to divert the global attention from gross human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir.