Pakistan rejects unsubstantiated Indian media allegations of so-called “terrorist module”
ISLAMABAD, Sep 15 (APP): Pakistan on Wednesday rejected baseless claims by Indian media about the destruction of the so-called “terrorist cluster”, said spreading fake news was Indian state policy led by its flexible media.
“We categorically reject baseless claims by Indian media that Indian authorities have dismantled a so-called ‘terrorist cluster’ with alleged links to Pakistan,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Asim Iftikhar Ahmad said in response to media questions regarding Indian propaganda against Pakistan.
He said the fabricating of baseless allegations and the trafficking of white lies were part of India’s well-known smear campaign against Pakistan, which had already been fully denounced by EU DisinfoLab and others.
“The spread of fake news is the policy of the Indian state led by its flexible media. ”
The Foreign Ministry spokesman said: “The point is that in reaction to Pakistan’s recent dossier containing compelling evidence of gross human rights violations committed by India in Jammu and Kashmir An illegally occupied Indian, India is desperate to create a diversion, hence the continued innuendo by Indian officials and media.
“The reality of India’s false flag operations, bogus encounters and salvage operations is completely exposed,” he said.