RAWALPINDI: The Pakistan Army on Tuesday completely dismissed Indian charges that Islamabad was engaged with truce infringement and was deliberately “penetrating COVID-influenced people” in involved Kashmir, saying they were “outlandish” and “hallucinating”.

In an announcement gave Tuesday, Director-General of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar alluded to the Indian 15 Corps Commander’s meeting with the BBC and stated: “Indian suggestions about penetration and CFVs by Pakistan are unjustifiable as well as plainly intended to occupy worldwide and residential consideration from the ceaseless disaster post – 5 Aug 2019.”

India had on August 5, 2019, rejected involved Kashmir’s extraordinary status under the constitution and put the Muslim-greater part district under a check in time that keeps on introducing day. It additionally forced a correspondences and media power outage in the Himalayan valley.

The military’s media wing likewise dismissed India’s allegations that Pakistan was “penetrating COVID-influenced people into IOJK”, saying Islamabad had consistently offered the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) unhindered access to destinations where truce infringement had happened.

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