Indian border forces killed a mentally challenged Pakistani Hindu: FO

Indian Border Security Forces - The Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) killed a mentally challenged Pakistani Hindu in Nagarparkar Sector on August 8, the Foreign Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said. Responding to media queries on Thursday, the Spokesperson said that the 17-year-old civilian Bero Mal was shot dead by the Indian forces on the night of August 8. The Spokesperson said that this condemnable killing of the mentally challenged Pakistani Hindu comes in the backdrop of Indian misinformation and propaganda campaign against Pakistan including the so-called ‘infiltration’ across the border. “Killing a mentally challenged Pakistani Hindu and crying ‘infiltration’, speaks volumes about the credibility of false Indian claims,” the Spokesperson said. Aisha Farooqui said that the baseless Indian propaganda cannot divert attention from India’s internal issues, the treatment of minorities in India and the unacceptable situation in Indian illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) killed a mentally challenged Pakistani Hindu in Nagarparkar Sector on August 8, the Foreign Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said.

Responding to media queries on Thursday, the Spokesperson said that the 17-year-old civilian Bero Mal was shot dead by the Indian Border Security Forces on the night of August 8.

The Spokesperson said that this condemnable killing of the mentally challenged Pakistani Hindu comes in the backdrop of Indian misinformation and propaganda campaign against Pakistan including the so-called ‘infiltration’ across the border.

“Killing a mentally challenged Pakistani Hindu and crying ‘infiltration’, speaks volumes about the credibility of false Indian claims,” the spokesperson said.

Aisha Farooqui said that the baseless Indian propaganda cannot divert attention from India’s internal issues, the treatment of minorities in India and the unacceptable situation in Indian illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).