Pakistan rejects “self-serving” remarks by Indian Defence Minister

Pakistan Foreign Office has rejected remarks by the Indian Defence Minister Rajanth Singh that Pakistan and China are collectively working to create border disputes with India

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Pakistan, today, rejected the irresponsible and inflammatory remarks made by the Indian Defence Minister Rajanth Singh, according to a statement from the Foreign Office. Rajanth had accused Pakistan and China of deliberately creating border disputes with India.

The Indian Defence Minister had suggested that Pakistan and China had been working together to “create” border-related issues under some collective “mission” to threaten India. He further insinuated that India should be ready for “collective threat” from both the countries.

“Border dispute is being created under a mission,” Indian Defence Minister

“First Pakistan and now also by China, as if a border dispute is being created under a mission. We have a border of about 7,000 kilometers with these countries, where the tension remains”, he told the media.

“The Indian Defence Minister’s statement demonstrates an inexcusable lack of self-awareness of the RSS-BJP regime’s self-serving narrative. It is also another manifestation of the Indian government’s incurable obsession with Pakistan”, said the spokesman.

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Pakistan’s Foreign Office also condemned the blatant Indian propaganda against its close ally China and the relationship that the two countries have. “It is preposterous for a country that is compulsively expansionist and a brazen practitioner of state-terrorism, to level charges against others”, the Foreign Office spokesperson stated.

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The spokesperson also said that the international community was aware of the malign agendas of RSS and BJP, which is detrimental to peace and stability within the region. “It is India that not only creates disputes with neighbors but also runs away from peacefully resolving them,” he said.

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“Rather than jeopardizing peace and stability of the region, including by perpetrating state-terrorism as a tool to advance it’s extremist (Hindutva) ideology and expansionist (Akhand Bharat) designs, India should seriously consider course correction by giving up its aggressive agenda and peacefully resolving disputes with neighbors”, the spokesperson also added.

GVS News Desk

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