Pakistan army dismisses Indian accusation of supporting infiltration inside Occupied Kashmir

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Director General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor on Saturday rejected the Indian propaganda that Pakistan was supporting infiltration inside the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir Territory.

In his remarks at the Press Conference held after a meeting of the Special Committee on Kashmir in Islamabad, the director general ISPR said India was resorting to such propaganda to carry out a false flag operation.

However, he added Pakistan’s armed forces were fully ready for defense of the homeland and give a befitting response to any aggression. He said Pakistan’s armed forces were capable enough to respond to any aggression.

The DG ISPR said the Indian Occupied Kashmir had been turned into a prison by the Occupying Forces.

In reply to a question about the Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh’s statement about India’s policy of ‘No First Use’ of nuclear weapons, Major General Asif Ghafoor said sane nations didn’t talk in that way.

The director general ISPR said Kashmir was a nuclear flashpoint and both Pakistan and India were nuclear powers. He said the world should have seen into the statement given by the Indian defence minister.

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