‘Free Balochistan Office’ in Delhi reflects India’s hegemonic designs in Pakistan: FO
Foreign Office Thursday responding to reports of an opening of ‘Free Balochistan Office’ in New Delhi said Indian interference in Pakistan was an established fact and indicated its hegemonic designs in the South Asian country.
“India must act as a responsible member of the international community and desist from such actions,” Foreign Office Spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal said at a weekly press briefing right here on the Foreign Office.
He stated the case of Commander Jadhav was an proof of “Indian terrorism and espionage”, and stated Pakistan had shared with the UN and the international community.
“Indian actions are against inter-state norms and threaten regional peace and tranquility,” he stated, adding that Pakistan was fully equipped to defend itself against such acts.
The spokesman stated Pakistan’s case in International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav was “very strong” because he was apprehended within Pakistani territory.
He stated the UN secretary general’s endorsement of the report by the Office of Human Rights Fee on Kashmir was the biggest success of Pakistan in 70 years within the domain of Kashmir.
“The international help that we gained on Kashmir is the biggest success of our foreign policy in seven decades,” he stated and added that the OHCHR report “another blow to India’s farcical constructs about IOK”.
The Spokesman mentioned that the OHCHR report quoted official Indian sources including Indian parliament, supreme courtroom, and exterior affairs ministry for not giving permission to the inquiry commission for a visit.
On opposite, he said, Pakistan welcomed the go to by the UN Fee of Inquiry, as recommended in the report, to each Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Indian occupied Kashmir.
He stated the OHCHR report had greatly upset the Indian efforts to project that all was nicely in IoK and was the primary report of its kind that acknowledged and documented India’s widest human rights violations.
He stated the Indian attempts to name this report a motivated and ill-intended piece of work had been vociferously denied by the United Nations and stated the UN calls India’s allegations, without proper inspecting of the report, were deeply disappointing.
On India’s test-launch of Brahmos supersonic missile, the spokesman stated there was a need for restraint and responsibility to control the arms race in South Asia.