India deployed terrorism as instrument of state policy: FO
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria Sunday said India has deployed terrorism as an instrument of state policy, and has itself been involved in perpetrating, sponsoring, supporting, and financing terrorism, ARY News reported.
“Pakistan has been a direct victim of India’s state-sponsored terrorism and confessions of RAW’s agent Kulbhushan Jadhav about his involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan proves this fact,” he said in a statement in Islamabad.
The spokesman said more evidence of India’s involvement in terrorism inside Pakistan will also be shared with the United Nations and international community.
He said it is clear that India’s unfounded allegations against Pakistan are in fact aimed at masking its own terrorist activities in Pakistan.
Pakistan has also reiterated its commitment to continue close cooperation with international community in its collective endeavors for elimination of terrorism.
Zakaria said Pakistan has made significant contribution and rendered enormous sacrifices in success of international community’s efforts against terrorism.
Commenting on media reports about failure of Indian move in United Nations Security Council’s 1267 Sanctions Committee, he said the committee related to ISIS and Al-Qaeda has rejected a politically motivated proposal by India.
He said replete with frivolous information and baseless allegations, the Indian proposal had no merit and was aimed at advancing its narrow national agenda.