ISPR dubs BBC story on alleged Pakistan human rights abuses a ‘pack of lies’

RAWALPINDI: The Pakistan military on Monday countered contents of a story published by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) on alleged human rights violations in Pakistan and termed it to be a “pack of lies and in violation of journalistic ethos”.

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The story, titled “Uncovering Pakistan’s Secret Human Rights Abuses” and published on June 2, carries conjecturing implicating Pakistan Army without any proof, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement.

“The angling, spinning and credibility of the story is exposed from the fact that contrary to published claim, ISPR only received a judgmental questionnaire via email,” the statement read.

“In response, the ISPR offered full opportunity, even interaction to know the facts (copy attached). BBC team never responded and did a preconceived, conjectured story.”

The Pakistani military said the story was void of the context and understanding of the prevalent environment at that time.

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