Islamabad, November 14, 2020 (PPI-OT): The evidences presented by Pakistan provide a concrete proof of Indian financial and material sponsorship of multiple terrorist organizations, including UN designated terrorist organizations Jammat-ul-Ahrar (JUA), BLA and TTP. Pakistan is presenting this Dossier to UN, OIC, P5 Countries, and others. We expect the international community to play its role for peace and stability in the region, by: a) compelling India to immediately halt its state sponsorship of terrorism inside Pakistan. b) bring to justice all those responsible for supporting and financing terrorism inside Pakistan according to relevant domestic and international laws.
Pakistan has shared its concerns with major international partners before. We are now presenting irrefutable evidence to the world of Indian state’s direct sponsorship of terrorism inside Pakistan that has resulted in the deaths of innocent Pakistanis. The international community can no longer turn a blind eye to this rogue behaviour by a state which refuses to adhere to International laws and Conventions. Let me be clear that India is a state sponsor of terrorism that is consistently exhibiting rogue behaviour. If the World does not take the Indian agenda to destabilize and undermine Pakistan in the region seriously, then I am afraid peace and stability in a nuclear South Asia does not seem to be their priority.
Our valiant law enforcement and security agencies have resiliently fought and won the war against terrorism. We know how to defend ourselves. India’s efforts to foment terrorism inside Pakistan will not be allowed to undermine Pakistan’s stability in any way. Whether they acknowledge or not, all major powers know that India is threat to the entire region. Now they must act to prevent India from its continuous sponsorship of terrorism against Pakistan. We reserve the right to defend ourselves in every possible way.
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