India strongly refuted Pakistan's recent claims of Indian involvement in the assassination of two Pakistani terrorists in Sialkot and Rawalkot last year. The External Affairs Ministry spokesperson, Randhir Jaiswal, dismissed the allegations as "false and malicious propaganda," emphasizing that it is Pakistan's latest attempt to spread baseless anti-India narratives.
In response to Pakistan's assertion of having "credible evidence" linking "Indian agents" to the killings, Jaiswal called it an effort to peddle misinformation. He highlighted that Pakistan has a history of being a hub for terrorism, organized crime, and illegal transnational activities.
Foreign Secretary Muhammad Syrus Sajjad Qazi of Pakistan, during a press conference in Islamabad, accused India of carrying out "extra-territorial and extra-judicial killings" within Pakistan. Jaiswal countered this claim, stating that Pakistan has long been known as the epicenter of terrorism and warned by India and other nations about the consequences of its culture of terror and violence.
Jaiswal concluded by asserting that blaming others for its misdeeds cannot justify or solve Pakistan's issues. He remarked, "Pakistan will reap what it sows," emphasizing that the responsibility for its actions lies within the country itself.
(With Agency Inputs)