India’s espionage network a concern for world: FO

Spokesperson says Indian brutalities could never quell Kashmiri people's struggle for freedom.

ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Thursday said that the espionage network of India in other countries has become a matter of concern and the international community should take notice of it.

At a weekly media briefing, Foreign Office spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said Indian spies had been found involved in murdering dissidents, including Sikh leaders, abroad including in Canada.

She said Pakistan had already presented concrete evidence of involvement of Indian agents in terror attacks inside Pakistan.

On Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the spokesperson said Indian brutalities could never quell the Kashmiri people’s struggle and passion for freedom and India’s illegal ceasing of their properties is also destined to meet similar failure.

The spokesperson reiterated Pakistan’s support to Palestinian people and urged the United Nations Security Council to impose immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza. 

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