India’s coercive designs against Pakistan to deteriorate regional peace: FM

Int’l community has acknowledged efforts of Pakistan for peace in Afghanistan

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Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said the India’s aggressive designs against Pakistan will jeopardize the peace of the entire region.
In an interview with PTV, he said Pakistan has apprised the world community, including the United Nations, about the sinister motives of Modi-led government for its supremacy in the South Asian region.
India, he said, is using the media as a tool to malign Pakistan through fabricated stories.
Expressing serious concerns over the situation in Indian illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the Foreign Minister said the Indian rulers are not giving access to international human rights organizations to take stock of the situation and the plight of Kashmiri people.
To a question he said Pakistan has never refused talks with India, but the Modi regime has always fled from holding negotiations.
About the Afghan peace process, he said the international community is well aware of the efforts of Pakistan for peace in Afghanistan.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has urged the international community to hold India responsible for endangering peace in the region.
In a statement today (Tuesday), he said the world has realized that a fascist Hindutva regime is governing India that the world considers a secular state.
The Minister said we presented before the world irrefutable evidence of India’s sponsorship of terrorism inside Pakistan through a dossier on November 14 last year. He said the EU DisinfoLab’s recent report has confirmed our reservations. He said Arnab Goswami’s recently leaked chat has exposed the Pulwama drama.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistan wants peace in the region, including Afghanistan. He said we want that the intra-Afghan dialogue reaches its logical conclusion with a success.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi while referring on Tuesday to the Pulwama attack, that India created to achieve political goals, said there was an irresponsible government in Delhi that could do anything for political purposes.
“In the November 14 dossier, we presented to the world irrefutable evidence of India’s support for terrorists,” the foreign minister said, adding that an investigation by the EU DisinfoLab has confirmed Pakistan’s concerns about India’s false propaganda campaign to discredit Pakistan globally.
He further stated that the international community has a responsibility to hold India accountable for the lack of peace in the region.
“The world has come to know that India, which they considered a secular state, is ruled by a fascist, Hindutva government,” he added.
The foreign minister reiterated that Pakistan wants peace and stability in the region, including in Afghanistan. “We want the intra-Afghan dialogue to be successful and reach its logical conclusion. There are some elements inside and outside Afghanistan that are playing the role of spoilers,” the foreign minister observed.
He underscored that the federal government has clarified its policy on Palestine. “Banners denouncing Israel are being put up in Karachi for political purposes,” he said. “When the government has clarified its policy on Palestine, then there is no question of recognising Israel,” Qureshi stated.

He said the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) wants to hide the growing chaos and save its declining reputation, whereas, the foreign minister added, the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) was “playing on both sides of the wicket and using PDM to achieve its own goals”.
He said the PDM’s statement was consistent with the statement of Pakistan’s enemy forces.
A day earlier, Qureshi said Pakistan would forcefully raise the issue of Indian conspiracies and state terrorism at the world level.
FM Qureshi’s remarks came a day after Pakistan expressed hope that the international community would hold India accountable for vitiating the regional security environment after it emerged that New Delhi had staged the Pulwama attack to ensure an election win for Narendra Modi.

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