India might go for ‘misadventure’ against Pakistan after suffering diplomatic defeat: FM

By: Syed Tazmeen Javed


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi after heading a top-level Kashmir committee meeting accompanied by Director General Inter-Service Public Relations Major Asif Ghafoor said in a press briefing that India could initiate aggression against Pakistan following the diplomatic defeat in the United Nations Security Committee (UNSC).

“India after suffering the diplomatic defeat in UNSC might attempt misadventure against Pakistan to drift the attention from its defeat,” asserted the FM on Saturday.

On Friday the UNSC urged that no unilateral decision should be taken in relation to Indian Occupied Kashmir as the session on the disputed valley was summoned after fifty years on the request of Pakistan submitted by its ambassador Dr. Maleeha Lodhi.

“The Kashmir issue has united all factions in Pakistan as the Parliament passed a unanimous resolution against the unilateral decision of New-Delhi annexing Kashmir scrapping article 370.

When the reporter asked the statement made by Indian Defence Minister, Rajnath Singh, over the possible change of ‘no first use’ policy of nukes based on circumstances, the FM replied that “what happened on 5th August { referring to the scrapping of Article 370 of Indian constitution for occupied Kashmir} was craziness now this statement is a complete delusion”.

The DG ISPR who was handed the mike to brief over the military aspect of the conflict said that the resolve of Pak-Armed forces is high and urged the nation to keep faith in them.

When asked about the possible re-action against the India aggression, the DG ISPR said that he can’t disclose the strategic response but affirmed that the nation and all stakeholders are united over the disputed Kashmir.





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