Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria, during the weekly briefing, said that there is concrete evidence of Indian sponsored terrorism and terrorist financing in Pakistan especially in Balochistan and Karachi. This was substantiated by confession of RAW agent Kulbhushan Yadev.
He reminded the journalists about Indian premier Narendra Modi’s Independence Day statement as another proof of Indian involvement in terrorism and terror financing in Pakistan aimed at destabilizing the country.
Responding to a question, the spokesman said Pakistan is carrying out a comprehensive operation against all terrorists without any discrimination and the results of the operation have been acknowledged and appreciated by the world community.
The spokesman referred to India media claims that Prime Minister of Nepal made negative remarks about Pakistan accusing it of involvement of terrorism. He said the office of the Nepalese Prime Minister has issued a statement rejecting these false claims.
The statement said what Nepalese Prime Minister referred to during his interview with an Indian channel was about support of Government of Nepal in controlling Nepal-India cross border criminal activities.
He said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in his address to the UN General Assembly urged the world body for implementing its resolutions on Kashmir.
Referring to the continued gruesome brutalities of Indian occupation forces, the spokesman called upon the UN Secretary-General, UN Human Rights Commissioner and international community to take measures to stop bloodshed in Occupied Kashmir.
He said about 110 Kashmiris have been martyred, more than ten thousand injured and about 800 have lost their eye sight due to pellet gun use by occupation forces.