ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has communicated its anxiety over the offer of Harpoon Block II air propelled rockets by the United States to India.
Remote Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said that the offer of such rocket frameworks, alongside specialized help and strategic help, when there is a worldwide exertion to battle the pandemic, is especially upsetting.
She said that Pakistan has explained its interests with respect to the offer of refined weapons to India, which would additionally destabilize the area. “Pakistan has cautioned the worldwide network ordinarily about India’s forceful structures towards Pakistan as well as towards other neighboring nations in South Asia.” She said that offer of the weapons would destabilize the effectively unpredictable circumstance in South Asia. There is a high chance of India leading a bogus banner activity while worldwide endeavors are coordinated towards battling the pandemic, the Foreign Office said.
Calling attention to truce infringement from neighboring chief adversary, the Foreign Office representative said that Indian powers submitted more than 765 truce infringement bringing about affliction of three regular citizens just as genuine wounds to 54 guiltless regular people. “In 2019, India disregarded the truce understanding multiple times,” she said adding that Pakistan keeps on reacting to Indian bellicosity in a firm and capable way.
Aisha Farooqui while dismissing a US Commission’s report on refusal of nourishment help to minorities and said that it did not depend on realities and appears to have depended on mistaken sources. “Under the Ehsaas Emergency Cash Program, which is the official social security program, each qualified resident has an equivalent chance to look for budgetary help,” she said and included that out of the 6.5 million recipients that have gotten money help with Category-I, 400,000 (6.15 percent) are non-Muslims.
She further said that India needed to guarantee stopping illicit control of the Kashmir. “We are resolved to hold any important talks with India on goals of Kashmir contest,” he said.