Indiaâ€™s ceasefire violations designed to divert attention from its bad governance: Asif
Defence Minister says India started hatching conspiracies after announcement of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif has said the Indian government is trying to divert attention of its public from its bad governance and internal political problems.
Talking to a news channel, he said nearly three dozen freedom movements are continuing in different parts of India while its forces were killing people in central, eastern and northern areas.
He said with the announcement of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project, India started hatching conspiracies against Pakistan.
The Minister said Advisor to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz was ready to go to New Delhi but India once again sabotaged the talks by imposing pre-conditions.
He said evidence regarding Indian Intelligence Agency supporting terrorists to carry out subversive activities in Pakistan would be provided to the United Nations and other countries.
He warned India of more losses than it suffered in 1965 war as Pakistan is now an atomic power and its forces are professionally trained and well equipped.