ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has said that India is interfering in the country’s internal affairs, ARY News reported on Thursday.
Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria, in a media briefing, said that India is involved in anti-state activities in Pakistan.
He added that they have Indian Premier Narendra Modi’s statements regarding Balochistan and Bangladesh on record.
“It is highly condemnable that India is using international forums to attain its political objectives,” Zakaria said.
The FO official said that South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summits have been delayed eight times, out of which India has postponed it five times.
Zakaria went on to say that India is using tactics to divert the attention of the world community from its atrocities in occupied Kashmir.
He added terrorism is increasing according to plan.
The foreign office spokesman also said that 70,000 people have lost their lives in the war against terrorism.
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