25 Jan 2024

India said this in response to Pakistan claims that Indian agents killed two Pakistani citizens

India's Foreign Ministry has reacted to Pakistan's allegations of killing two Pakistani citizens.

External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal said, "We have seen some media reports on the statement given by the Foreign Secretary of Pakistan. This is a new attempt by Pakistan to run false anti-India propaganda."

In fact, in Islamabad, Pakistan's Foreign Secretary Mohammad Cyrus Sajjad Qazi said on Thursday that there is 'strong evidence' of the involvement of Indian agents in the killing of two Pakistani citizens in Sialkot and Rawalakot.

On this, the spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs of India said, "As the world knows, Pakistan has been a hub of terrorism, organized crimes and illegal activities for a long time."

The statement said further, "India and many other countries have publicly warned Pakistan that it will itself be the victim of this terrorism and violence by its own nature. Pakistan will reap what it has sown. Blaming others for its wrongdoings Madhna is neither justified nor is it a solution."

What Pakistan had alleged?

Earlier, Pakistan Foreign Secretary Mohammad Syrus Sajjad Qazi said on Thursday in Islamabad that there was 'strong evidence' of the involvement of Indian agents in the killing of two Pakistani citizens in Sialkot and Rawalakot.

Pakistan has termed these cases as cases of murder by giving supari.

Pakistan's Foreign Secretary alleged, "On October 11, 2023, a person named Shahid Latif was murdered outside a mosque in Sialkot. An Indian agent named Yogesh Kumar conspired to commit this murder, living in a third country. He hired a man named Mohammad Umer."

Shahid Latif is considered the mastermind of Pathankot attack in India.

In 2016, seven Indian soldiers were killed in the extremist attack in Pathankot. All the extremists involved in the attack were also killed.

Pakistani Foreign Secretary claimed that Mohammad Umer formed a team of five people and they failed in the first attempt but on October 11, they killed Latif.

Qazi told that Mohammad Umer was arrested on October 12, he was trying to abscond from the country.

Pakistan Foreign Secretary alleged that the second murder was of a person named Mohammad Riaz.

Riyaz was a Kashmiri extremist who was shot dead in a mosque in Rawalakot, Pakistan-administered Kashmir on 8 September 2023. Riyaz was also known as Abu Qasim Kashmiri.

Pakistan has claimed that security officials arrested the accused named Mohammad Abdullah Ali on 15 September 2023.

The Foreign Ministry official said Ali was also arrested from Jinnah International Airport and during interrogation it was revealed that Indian agents Ashok Kumar Anand and Yogesh Kumar were involved.

Pakistan has said that there are more such cases, the investigation of which is going on.

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