According to Pakistan, India is using terrorism as a state policy to destabilize its neighbors.
A statement from the Foreign Office said, “The United Nations Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team (MTT) reaffirms Pakistan’s position that the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is being run with Afghan assistance from Afghanistan.” It is a threat to Pakistan and other countries in the region.
According to the Foreign Office, MT independently estimated that foreign terrorist fighters from India were going to Afghanistan to join ISIL-Khorasan (ISIL-K).
It added that resolutions passed by the UN Security Council call on India to stop terrorists from entering Afghanistan.
Citing a recent MT report, the Foreign Ministry said it had seen that an Indian citizen, the leader of al-Qaeda in the Afghan subcontinent, had been killed by international forces in Afghanistan last year.
The Foreign Office said in a statement that earlier reports from the UN monitoring team highlighted the growing power of ISIS and Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in India and the attacks on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka in 2019. was done.
The Foreign Office said that Pakistan rejects India’s allegations aimed at misleading the international community.
The statement said that the misrepresentation of the eleventh report of the United Nations Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team (MT) on the Taliban and its affiliates by the spokesperson of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs to defame Pakistan. It is a threat to Afghanistan’s peace, stability and security.
The Foreign Office statement said that the Monitoring Team (MT) report did not mention any “safe havens” in Pakistan.
Earlier in the day, Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Srivastava was quoted by several Indian agencies as saying that a recent UN MT report had said that state-sponsored terrorist organizations and individuals were banned in Pakistan. Are in safe havens and the report justifies India’s position.
The report is based on briefings provided to MT in Afghanistan by certain quarters who have long expressed skepticism about the Afghan peace process.
According to the statement, these doubts were not shared with the international community, especially the UN Security Council and the UN Secretary-General.
According to the Foreign Office, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs distorted the content of the MT report and made false allegations that India’s agenda was to complicate the Afghan peace process.
The statement said that Pakistan has been warning the world about the role of those who are spoiling the peace process inside and outside Afghanistan.
In addition, Pakistan has been indicating Indian support for terrorist organizations against Pakistan in Afghanistan.
“Pakistan has provided a list of Indian terrorist facilitators with evidence of their involvement in the UN list of terrorist organizations. We hope that the Security Council will declare them terrorists soon,” the statement said. Will give
According to the Foreign Office, the people of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir have long been affected by India’s state terrorism, especially the brutal and forced lockdown of the extremist government of the RSS-affected Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on August 5, 2019. Are down