The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday rejected “absurd comments” by Pakistan accusing India of instigating assaults on Pakistan Stock Exchange constructing in Karachi early this week and mentioned Islamabad can not shift the blame on New Delhi for its home issues.
The ministry moderately urged that Pakistan ought to replicate on the issues in their very own nation in addition to the federal government led by Prime Minister Imran Khan who had himself referred to as international terrorist Osama Bin Laden a ”martyr” whereas addressing the National Assembly.
“India rejects these absurd comments on terrorist attacks in Karachi. Pakistan cannot shift the blame on India for its domestic problems,” mentioned Anurag Srivastava, MEA spokesperson, on Pakistan accusing India of instigating Karachi assaults.
“We would ask Pakistan that they may wish to reflect on this and on their own government’s position including their Prime Minister’s description of a global terrorist as a martyr,” Mr Srivastava added.
The Stock Exchange constructing got here underneath assault on Monday morning as 4 terror suspects tried to storm into the constructing on Karachi’s II Chundrigar Road. The Baloch Liberation Army has claimed accountability for the assault.
Pakistan overseas minister Shah Mehmod Qureshi had alleged that the clues of strike are main in direction of sleeper cells activated by India.
Two safety guards and a police officer had been killed within the assault, together with all 4 suspected terrorists. Several individuals, together with three police officers, have been injured, as per reviews by Pakistan media.