Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has composed another letter to the UN Secretary General, asserting that India has sent and tried a few kinds of rockets and could dispatch an assault against his nation to redirect world’s consideration from the “grave circumstance” in Kashmir.

In his seventh letter composed on December 12, Qureshi “notified the UN Security Council and the UN Secretary General on Indian activities that keep on heightening pressures in an effectively tense condition in South Asia”, the Foreign Office said on Wednesday.

The activities, Qureshi guaranteed, included “organization and testing of rockets of different reaches and abilities” by India.

He additionally cautioned that India could dispatch “bogus banner” assault on Pakistan to redirect the world’s consideration from the “grave circumstance” in Kashmir.

In a progression of letters as of late, Qureshi has reliably refreshed the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on the circumstance in Kashmir, the Foreign Office said.

Qureshi additionally encouraged the UNSC to assume its legitimate job and emphasized Pakistan’s proposition to reinforce the UNMOGIP’s essence in the area.

India keeps up that the UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP), built up in January 1949, has outlasted its utility and is immaterial after the Simla Agreement and the resulting foundation of the Line of Control (LoC).

The remote clergyman likewise requested that the UNSC mediate and turn away any dangers to harmony and security in South Asia just as carrying a prompt end to the enduring of the Kashmiri individuals.

The previous letters by Qureshi to the UNSC and UN Secretary General were composed on August 1,6,13 and 26, September 16 and October 31.

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