FO spokesperson says Indian propaganda machinery against Pakistan is active and fake pictures of the ambassador’s daughter are being circulated by Indian Twitter handles and websites.
ISLAMABAD: Denouncing the gratuitous and unwarranted remarks by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs regarding the recent incident involving the daughter of the Ambassador of Afghanistan to Pakistan, the Foreign Office spokesperson on Thursday said that India has no locus standi, whatsoever, on the matter.
Responding to media queries regarding the remarks made by the spokesperson of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) about the incident, Foreign Office spokesperson Zahid Hafeez said that India’s malicious smear campaign against Pakistan is well-known and independent organizations including EU DisinfoLab have established India’s credentials as purveyor of anti-Pakistan propaganda globally, he added.
The spokesperson said that even in the wake of the reported incident involving the daughter of the Afghan Ambassador, Indian propaganda machinery against Pakistan was active and fake pictures of the ambassador’s daughter were being circulated by Indian Twitter handles and websites. It is unfortunate that India used such an incident to peddle false narrative against Pakistan.
He maintained that the only domains where India has set standards are state-sponsored terrorism, illegal occupation, disregard of UN resolutions, mass murders and repression against women in the territory under its illegal occupation, political violence against minorities, and running organized fake propaganda networks around the world; and is, therefore, in no position to pontificate on ‘standards’ for other countries.
While calling upon India to refrain from its smear propaganda campaign against Pakistan, he said, “We remain determined to pushback against unabated Indian machinations and also to draw attention towards India’s role of a spoiler in the ongoing Afghan peace process.