ISLAMABAD: Overseas Workplace spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal on Friday condemned the IED assault in occupied Kashmir by which 44 Indian troopers had been killed.
“We strongly reject any insinuation by parts in Indian authorities and media circles that search to hyperlink the assault to State of Pakistan with out investigations,” Dr Faisal tweeted.
The Overseas Workplace spokesman added that the assault in Indian occupied Kashmir was a matter of grave concern and Pakistan had all the time condemned heightened acts of violence within the Valley.
Following the assault, India has threatened to take all potential steps to isolate Pakistan. Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley instructed reporters New Delhi would take away commerce privileges which would come with Pakistan being faraway from probably the most favoured privileges given beneath the World Commerce Group guidelines.
Thursday’s assault was the deadliest on Indian forces in IoK in additional than a decade. In September 2016, 19 Indian troopers had been killed in a pre-dawn assault on the Uri military camp.