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Pak drafting documents to accuse India of terrorism: Government | India News

NEW DELHI: After Pakistan claimed to have uncovered “irrefutable evidence” of India’s alleged involvement in terrorist activities, India responded on Sunday, saying fabricating documents and selling false narratives would not absolve Pakistan of terrorist sponsorship.
Calling on Islamabad to end its support for cross-border terrorism, the government said in a statement that even the country’s leaders had never hidden the fact that Pakistan had become a factory for terrorists.
This was another futile propaganda exercise against India that sought to justify cross-border terrorism, the government said.
“The so-called ‘proof’ claims against India are not credible, fabricated and represent a figment of the imagination. This desperate attempt will find few interested parties as the international community is aware of Pakistan’s tactics and the proof of its terrorist patronage has been admitted by none other than its own leadership, ”said MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava, adding that India He was confident that the world would hold Pakistan accountable.
India’s reaction came a day after Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi delivered a press conference, along with army spokesman Major General Babar Iftikhar, in which he presented audio clips for claim that India was behind some of the terrorist attacks in Pakistan.
While Islamabad had claimed that Indian diplomats in Afghanistan were promoting terrorist activities, the Kabul government rejected these accusations as unfounded. The Afghan government said it would never allow anyone to use its land for disruptive activities against any third country.
The government recalled that the face of global terror, Osama bin Laden, was found in Pakistan and that Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan glorified him as a “martyr” from the floor of Parliament. “He admitted the presence of 40,000 terrorists in Pakistan, his science and technology minister proudly affirmed the participation and success of Pakistan, led by its prime minister, in the Pulwama terrorist attack in which 40 Indian soldiers were martyred,” he said Srivastava.
Despite repeated calls for restraint and adherence to the 2003 ceasefire agreement to maintain peace and quiet, he said, Pakistani forces remained committed to providing cover fire to infiltrators.
India had summoned Pakistan’s charge d’affaires on Saturday to make a strong protest against unprovoked violations of the ceasefire by Pakistani forces in multiple sectors along the LoC in J&K on November 13, prompting the death of four civilians and serious injuries to 19 others.

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