DG ISPR rejects Indian media reports on Pak Army additional deployment

DG ISPR rejects Indian media reports

DG ISPR rejects Indian media reports on Pak Army additional deployment.


In a tweet on Thursday, Director General ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar strongly rejected Indian media reports.

DG ISPR rejects Indian media reports

Those reports wrongly claimed additional deployment of Pakistan Army Troops along the Line of Control in Gilgit-Baltistan.

Indian media incorrect report also alleged that China use Skardu Airbase.

He termed the news circulating on Indian media and social media in this regard as false, irresponsible and far from truth.

The DG ISPR said no such movement or induction of additional forces have taken place. He also vehemently denied presence of Chinese troops in Pakistan.

On Wednesday, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said India has been continuously trying to destabilize Pakistan to divert attention from its own internal chaos.

In a statement, he said India is interfering in Balochistan province of Pakistan. Besides, he said, at the same time India is also adversely affecting peace efforts in Afghanistan.

The Minister said he has apprised US Special Representative about Indian intentions.

He said terrorists involved in Stock Exchange attack wanted to make people hostage but Pakistani security personnel successfully foiled their bid.

Qureshi further said India wants incidents of terrorism to divert world attention.

He said it is India, which orchestrated the drama of Pulwama attack.

Later, he talked to Pakistan’s Special Envoy for Afghanistan in Islamabad on Wednesday.

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