Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakria on Monday claimed that India has conferred more than 90 ceasefire violations in 2016.
“Amid 2016, India damaged truce more than 90 times. This must stop,” he tweeted.
The FO representative said India had been the fundamental obstacle to keeping up territorial peace, including that the neighbor continued vitiating the environment through unfounded accusations, antagonistic explanations and purposeful publicity so as to defame Pakistan and serve its residential motivation.
“Amid the 2014 common get together decisions, India damaged truce assention more than 200 times,” Zakaria said.
Nafees Zakaria asserted that Pakistan has “never abused the truce understanding”, and that truce infringement have dependably been distorted by Indian media.
He included that nearly 90 percent reports of Indian media, regarding the Line of Control (LoC), were false. “Right around 90pc news being controlled by Indian media is deceiving, unmerited and fake,” the representative said.
Zakaria declared that as state arrangement, “Pakistan puts stock in a tranquil neighborhood”, including that Pakistan had dependably reacted to terminating started by India at the LoC.
Pakistan and Indian fringe troops last traded fire crosswise over LoC on Sunday in the Bhimber part.
Strains stew between the two neighboring nations taking after the Uri assault, an Indian cross-outskirt ‘surgical strike’ ─ a claim dismissed by Pakistan, and Indian charges that Pakistan is a ‘fear monger state’.
Prior, the FO had guaranteed truce infringement by Indian troops were demonstrative of New Delhi’s apprehension taking after a “conciliatory hostile” propelled by Pakistan to uncover human rights infringement by Indian troops in held Kashmir.
Pakistan and India have locked horns over Kashmir since Indian strengths ventured up a crackdown against dissidents after Hizbul Mujahideen leader Burhan Wani was murdered by occupation security forces in July.
More than 80 individuals have been slaughtered and many dissidents harmed, other than countless losing their vision because of pellet firearms in conflicts with Indian security forces.