MoS Minister of External Affairs, V K Singh on Tuesday dismissed Pakistan's statement demanding an international probe into the Uri attack.
MoS Minister of External Affairs, V K Singh on Tuesday dismissed Pakistan’s statement demanding an international probe into the Uri attack. Singh sarcastically talked about a radio show in the past that only talked about lies. It was called “Radio Jhutistan”, he added. He dismissed Pakistan’s statements on the attack and said that lies are being told in Pakistan. Earlier today, radio Pakistan had reported that a resolution was passed in Pakistan’s senate calling on the United nations to conduct an independent inquiry into the incident.
The passed resolution also urged the international community to take notice of the inhuman atrocities carried out by the Indian army in Kashmir. It had also stated that India was hysterical about a war just to take all the attention away from the crimes committed in Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan Prime Minister’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, during a discussion on the current Indo-Pak relations, said that Pakistan would provide support to India for a probe into the Uri attack, provided that it was carried out by an unbiased independent international body.
Radio Pakistan also quoted Aziz and said that Pakistan doesn’t accept the “narratives” provided by India in regards to the attacks. Aziz also said that all the evidence, along with the details must be produced before the investigators. Aziz also firmly stated that Pakistan denies all the allegations levelled by the Indian government. Earlier, Indo-Pak relations went further south following the terror attack on an army base near the LoC in Uri, that had killed 18 Indian soldiers.