Islamabad: The Foreign Office (FO) warned India on Thursday from dragging Pakistan into its elections.
Foreign office spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said India must not drag Pakistan its electoral politics to their homeland only.
While remarking on the situation of Kashmir, FO spokesperson Dr Faisal Vawda said that India keeps changing its policies with regard to Kashmir. He reinstated that Pakistan had clear stance on Kashmir which underlines the dispute should be resolved as per UN resolutions.
Spokesperson further said that the human rights of the Kashmiris are being violated and they need to be addressed by International community. “We would like to reiterate that Kashmir is an outstanding dispute between India and Pakistan, and acknowledged as such through UN Security Council resolutions as well as numerous Pakistan-India documents including the Simla Agreement and Lahore Declaration. The Kashmir issue remains on the agenda of the UN Security Council.”
While answering to one of the queries relating to Pakistani high commissioner being summoned at the Indian High Commission on Jan 30, the FO spokesperson said Pakistan turned down all the allegations. “The Indian high commissioner will also be summoned to Islamabad today.”
While talking about the water agreement between the two countries, Dr Faisal said Pakistan had brought he issue at international forums but there was no progress as yet.