Pakistan’s Foreign Office (FO) said on Friday that country had always warned the international community about India’s terrorist network. The FO’s comments came after Nikhil Gupta was indicted in in New York over his involvement in the murder conspiracy of Gurpatwant Singh.
In a weekly press briefing on Thursday, FO Spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said that Pakistan has been a victim of India’s terrorism and this network extends across the world.
The spokesperson also gave more details about the caretaker prime minister’s ongoing visits to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Kuwait where he is meeting with officials for the bilateral interests of countries.
Talking about the prior meetings of the caretaker PM with leaders of UAE, she said they talked about important matters including the situation of Palestine where the interim premier expressed disappointment over the bombardment on Palestinians.
“Pakistan demands international community to initiate probe of Israel’s attack on hospitals of Gaza,” Zahra added.
She made it clear that no meeting has been planned between interim Prime Minister Kakar and Narendra Modi during the ongoing COP28 conference in Dubai.
She added that the security of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor cannot be compromised at any cost and protection of workers will be ensured.
Baloch also said that recommendations regarding eliminating the risk of terrorism is under consideration and we want effective efforts against terrorists.
She expressed satisfaction over the voluntary repatriation of Afghan refugees and said that refugees who possessed complete documents were not being sent across the border.