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Foreign Office rejects Indian allegations, offers joint investigation

ISLAMABAD: Expressing disappointment, Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal on Friday said the reasons cited by the Indian side for the decision to cancel the meeting, slated to be held between foreign ministers of Pakistan and India in New York, were entirely unconvincing, ARY News reported. Dr Faisal said the alleged killing of BSF soldier took place two days prior to the Indian announcement of its agreement to hold the bilateral meeting. "Pakistan takes this opportunity to categorically reject these…