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Ajit Doval's 'double squeeze' strategy against us will fail: Pak

Pak PM Abbasi accused India of indulging in terror activities against his country

Press Trust of India  |  United Nations 

Ajit Doval, BRICS
Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval

today said that Security Advisor Ajit Doval's "offensive defence and double squeeze" strategy to make a regional hegemon will never succeed.

Exercising its right to reply in the General Assembly, said it is "unfortunate" that has chosen to criticise the statement of Prime Minister on "which reflects the sentiments and aspirations of the oppressed and suffering people" of the Valley.

"The strategy offensive defence and double squeeze floated blatantly by which believes can make it a regional hegemon can never succeed," Tipu Usman, Counsellor at the Permanent Mission of to the United Nations, said.

"Indian operators of mayhem and terror such as commander Jadav caught red-handed in while spreading sabotage, and can never fulfil Indian dreams, which will remain just that dreams, said.

The diplomat said the "plight" of Kashmiri people at the hands of the Indian security forces is being documented by the international community and rights organisations.

He said the people of look towards the international community especially members of the to deliver on their pledge to hold a free, fair and impartial plebiscite under the UN's auspices, to enable them to decide their future.

"Let me reemphasise and reject any misconceptions that may have wished to create. is responsible for undermining regional peace and stability, he said.

The Pakistani diplomat alleged that due to unprovoked firing and mortar shelling by Indian forces on the Line of Control in Jammu and at least 10 civilians including many women have lost their lives on the side.

"The shelling continues unabated, a sad reminder of Indian intransigence and stubbornness. This too shall fail, said the Pakistani diplomat.

Exercising its right to reply after Prime Minister raked up the issue at the UN General Assembly, called a "terroristan" and said it has become "a geography synonymous with terror" with a flourishing "industry" producing and exporting global

Abbasi accused of indulging in terror activities against his country and warned of a "matching response" if it "ventures across the LoC" or acts upon its "doctrine of limited war against "

He urged the to appoint a special envoy to Kashmir, as he claimed that the struggle of the people in the region is being "brutally suppressed" by

First Published: Fri, September 22 2017. 13:41 IST