Islamabad Rejects Allegations That Pakistan Was Exporting Terror During Covid-19 Pandemic

Pakistan Foreign Office has vehemently denounced “irresponsible, spurious and totally false allegations” against Pakistan by the Indian army chief — General MM Naravane, reports RadioPakistan.

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“These baseless Indian allegations are patently designed to divert global and domestic attention from India’s state-terrorism and egregious human rights violations, and clamping of fundamental freedoms in occupied Jammu and Kashmir, particularly post August 5, 2019,” said the Pakistan Foreign Office in a statement.

Earlier, Indian army chief General MM Naravane asserted that while India was busy “not only helping our own citizens but the rest of the world by sending medical teams and exporting medicines” during the Covid-19 pandemic, Pakistan was only “exporting terror”.

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