Pakistan has considered Indian Prime Minister’s allegations against Pakistan as “most unfortunate”.
“It would be in the larger interest of regional peace that instead of engaging in a blame game, the two countries focus on resolving all outstanding issues through dialogue and work together to promote friendly and cooperative relations,” Foreign Office spokeswoman Tasneem Aslam said in a statement.
The statement came when Indian Premier during his visit to disputed Kashmir alleged Pakistan for engaging in a proxy war. The spokes woman evoked that Pakistan had consistently condemned terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.
The condemnation is made especially as Pakistan’s leadership wishes to set up good, neighborly relations with India, the spokes woman said.
“Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit to India in May was in this spirit and generated a fresh momentum in the bilateral relationship,” she memorized.
The lady focused that Pakistan itself is the biggest victim of the terrorism as more than 55,000 of innocent civilians lost their lives in such brutal activities.
“The entire world has time and again acknowledged the unprecedented sacrifices rendered by our valiant armed forces with over 5,000 soldiers having embraced Shahadat,” she remarked.