- Aisha says a recent UN report has endorsed Pakistan's stance that TTP is operating from Afghanistan and supported by India
(Karachi) Foreign Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui has said India has been using terrorism as state policy to destablize its neighboring states, including Pakistan.
In a statement issued on Thursday, Farooqui said Pakistan has been highlighting India's sponsorship of terrorist organizations in Afghanistan.
"A recent United Nations Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Report has endorsed Pakistan's stance that Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan is operating from Afghanistan and supported by India," she added.
She added that India's actions threaten regional peace and stability.
She maintained, "We have proposed the listing of several Indian terrorism facilitators on UN Security Council's terrorism list along with evidence for their involvement in terrorism." The FO spokesperson says Pakistan hopes the security council will designate them soon.
Aisha pointed out that the people of Occupied Kashmir have long suffered from India's state terrorism, especially after the cruel lockdown and oppression imposed by the RSS inspired Modi government.
She said children are among the most affected in Occupied Kashmir due to Indian brutalities.
She said Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir have reached to the highest point. Aisha stated members of European Parliament have also raised the issue of Kashmir by expressing concern on the human rights situation in held valley.
She urged international community to take notice of Indian barbarities on innocent Kashmiris.