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India 'nervous' after diplomatic offensive on Kashmir: Pak

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today claimed that was "nervous" due to its diplomatic offensive highlighting "human rights violations" in Kashmir.

Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria also accused of violating the ceasefire on to "divert attention" from Kashmir.



He said was "nervous" because of the diplomatic offensive launched by to "expose" over the situation in Kashmir.

"Ceasefire violations on the Line of Control and interference in the internal affairs of neighbours are indicative of Indian nervousness," Radio quoted Zakaria as saying in his weekly briefing.

He said has very effectively taken up the situation in Kashmir at all levels.

will continue to highlight Indian "atrocities and human rights violations" in Kashmir at the world fora, Zakaria said.

The Foreign Office Spokesman regretted that was "obstructing" the dispatch of "fact-finding mission" by UN Human Rights Council to Kashmir.

He said India's "claim" of surgical strikes is one of the many "lies" that has been telling to the world community.

Zakaria alleged that India's objective was to "divert attention" of the world from "gross human rights violations" in Kashmir.

He claimed that Indian media reported many things against facts and said credit goes to the Pakistani media for "exposing it".

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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India 'nervous' after diplomatic offensive on Kashmir: Pak

Pakistan today claimed that India was "nervous" due to its diplomatic offensive highlighting "human rights violations" in Kashmir. Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria also accused India of violating the ceasefire on LoC to "divert attention" from Kashmir. He said India was "nervous" because of the diplomatic offensive launched by Pakistan to "expose" New Delhi over the situation in Kashmir. "Ceasefire violations on the Line of Control and interference in the internal affairs of neighbours are indicative of Indian nervousness," Radio Pakistan quoted Zakaria as saying in his weekly briefing. He said Pakistan has very effectively taken up the situation in Kashmir at all levels. Pakistan will continue to highlight Indian "atrocities and human rights violations" in Kashmir at the world fora, Zakaria said. The Foreign Office Spokesman regretted that India was "obstructing" the dispatch of "fact-finding mission" by UN Human Rights Council to Kashmir. He said India's ... today claimed that was "nervous" due to its diplomatic offensive highlighting "human rights violations" in Kashmir.

Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria also accused of violating the ceasefire on to "divert attention" from Kashmir.

He said was "nervous" because of the diplomatic offensive launched by to "expose" over the situation in Kashmir.

"Ceasefire violations on the Line of Control and interference in the internal affairs of neighbours are indicative of Indian nervousness," Radio quoted Zakaria as saying in his weekly briefing.

He said has very effectively taken up the situation in Kashmir at all levels.

will continue to highlight Indian "atrocities and human rights violations" in Kashmir at the world fora, Zakaria said.

The Foreign Office Spokesman regretted that was "obstructing" the dispatch of "fact-finding mission" by UN Human Rights Council to Kashmir.

He said India's "claim" of surgical strikes is one of the many "lies" that has been telling to the world community.

Zakaria alleged that India's objective was to "divert attention" of the world from "gross human rights violations" in Kashmir.

He claimed that Indian media reported many things against facts and said credit goes to the Pakistani media for "exposing it".

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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India 'nervous' after diplomatic offensive on Kashmir: Pak

today claimed that was "nervous" due to its diplomatic offensive highlighting "human rights violations" in Kashmir.

Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria also accused of violating the ceasefire on to "divert attention" from Kashmir.

He said was "nervous" because of the diplomatic offensive launched by to "expose" over the situation in Kashmir.

"Ceasefire violations on the Line of Control and interference in the internal affairs of neighbours are indicative of Indian nervousness," Radio quoted Zakaria as saying in his weekly briefing.

He said has very effectively taken up the situation in Kashmir at all levels.

will continue to highlight Indian "atrocities and human rights violations" in Kashmir at the world fora, Zakaria said.

The Foreign Office Spokesman regretted that was "obstructing" the dispatch of "fact-finding mission" by UN Human Rights Council to Kashmir.

He said India's "claim" of surgical strikes is one of the many "lies" that has been telling to the world community.

Zakaria alleged that India's objective was to "divert attention" of the world from "gross human rights violations" in Kashmir.

He claimed that Indian media reported many things against facts and said credit goes to the Pakistani media for "exposing it".

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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