India involved in terror activities in Pakistan: FO
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office spokesperson on Thursday said Indian defence build-up is not in the interest of the region as it will disturb the strategic balance.
At a weekly press briefing here, FO spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said Pakistan had taken issue to the UN Secretary General about involvement of India in terrorist activities in Pakistan. He said Pakistan was the biggest victim of terrorism.
“We have also urged the international community to take notice of grave human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir.”
Mr. Zakaria said Indian atrocities against Kashmiris are continuing unabated.
He said India was also violating ceasefire on the Line of Control and Working Boundary resulting into loss of precious civilian lives. He said Pakistan had repeatedly lodged protests with India in this regard.
To a question, the spokesman said investigation is underway in Lahore bombing and some arrests have been made.
About Pakistan China cooperation in the context of CPEC and threats emanating from India side, he said it is a regional economic development project and will benefits the entire region.
Replying to another question, the Spokesman said continuing instability in Afghanistan has created space for the non-state actors and terrorist organizations to find their foothold in that country.