NewsGram Staff Writer
Islamabad: In a bid to prove India’s alleged involvement in destabilizing the country, Pakistan has given three dossiers to the UN Secretary-General containing evidence of Indian involvement in Balochistan, Karachi and its support to Tehrek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) rebels. Foreign office spokesman Qazi Khalilullah, speaking at a weekly news briefing here on Thursday, further said, it was time for India to stop its “conspiracies” and “proxy wars” aimed at destabilizing Pakistan.
The spokesman said Indian accusations regarding Pakistan’s involvement in terrorism on their soil have always turned out to be fake.
Khalilullah also condemned the recent unpleasant incidents during former foreign minister Khursheed Kasuri’s visit and ghazal singer Ghulam Ali’s cancelled concert in Mumbai, but expressed hope that the Indian government will take steps to avoid occurrence of such incidents in future.
Reiterating Pakistan’s stance, the spokesman said that Pakistan was ready to hold talks on all issues with India, provided there are no preconditions and the core issue of Kashmir is included in the agenda.
Khalilullah confirmed that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has invited Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Gilani to Pakistan.
(With inputs from IANS)