ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has rejected allegations from India of interfering in the Indian elections and termed them as baseless.
Foreign Office spokesman Dr. Mohammad Faisal in his weekly press briefing while strongly rejecting the Indian allegations said that India is interfering in the internal affairs of Pakistan and is involved in terrorism activities in the country. He said that Indian hegemonic objectives are the danger for the country. Pakistan has submitted a comprehensive reply to the International Court of Justice pertaining to Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav. Pakistan will strongly and vigorously fight the Kulbhushan Jadhav case, he added.
Dr. Mohammad Faisal added that India has informed that it will send Kulbhushan’s mother and spouse to Pakistan on December 25. They will meet Kulbhushan on December 25.
Foreign Office spokesman said that Pakistan will implement the OIC declaration in letters and spirit. He said that they condemned the terrorist attack on Pakistan army in Waziristan. He said Pakistan has repeatedly expressed reservations over the ever increasing presence and activities of Daish in Afghanistan. He expressed concern over the presence of terrorist groups in Afghanistan.
He said on December 31 the POR cards of Afghan refugees will expire. No decision has yet been taken on the future of the Afghan refugees.
Foreign Office spokesman Dr. Faisal further said that a UN General Assembly’s Committee for Programme and Coordination has elected Pakistan as a member for three years. He said the third session of mutual political consultation between Pak-Bulgaria was held in Sofia.
He congratulated Cyclist Sammar Khan for conquering the top most peak of Africa.
He said National Assembly has approved the condemning resolution of US President Donald Trump’s declaring Jerusalem as capital of Israel.
He said on the LOC Indian unprovoked firing and bombardment, Indian Deputy High Commissioner was summoned to the Foreign Office. Fiftyfour people have been martyred and 182 injured in the ceasefire violations, he added.
Turning to the Bangladesh spokesman said that Pakistan is facing difficulties in relations with Bangladesh. Pakistan several times talked about to go ahead under the 1974 tripartite agreement.
He said Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi participated in the OIC meeting and the Foreign Ministers meeting was attended by Foreign Minister and Foreign Secretary.
Recently an Afghan delegation headed by DGMO visited Pakistan and decided to appoint liaison officers, he added.
He said India has not issued visas for Pakistani Squash team.
He exhorted that Pakistan is not influencing the Indian internal affairs.