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Pakistan Certain That India Will Launch Military Strikes On Pakistan Under False Flag Operations

As tensions between nuclear-armed neighbours India and Pakistan flared-up after New Delhi revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, Islamabad has hinted at engaging with New Delhi if it reverses the Article 370 move.

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“The UNSC resolutions are the only mechanism to solve the Kashmir dispute and India should reverse its August 05, 2019 move before any substantive and meaningful dialogue is possible,” said Special Assistant to the PM Imran Khan on National Security Dr Moeed Yusuf.

Yusuf, speaking at an international conference titled “Covid-19 Kashmir Media Conference” accused India of using coronavirus as a cover to further expand its so-called oppression of Kashmiri people.

The global community, the UN and health-related international organizations need to take urgent note of the grave humanitarian situation in the region and provide immediate medical relief, Yusuf said.

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Lamenting further, Yusuf highlighted that the international media needs to understand the fascist ideology of India being promoted by the Modi government against Muslims and especially Kashmiris. He highlighted that fascism has not posed such a dangerous threat to regional and global peace since Adolf Hitler.

He said the rightful struggle of Kashmiris for their right to self-determination is a response to India’s brutal crackdown on people and Pakistan will continue its diplomatic and political support for the Kashmir cause at all global forums.

Reiterating Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s statements, Yusuf warned that India could use a false flag operation to support its expansionist plans by launching military action against Pakistan.

Imran Khan Cites ‘Fourth Geneva Convention’; Says India Committing War Crimes In Kashmir

Earlier, as EurAsian Times reported, for a second time in a week, Pakistan PM Imran Khan cautioned the global community that India was planning to attack Pakistan. Khan’s fresh warning came as India reportedly violated ceasefire violations along the Line of Control.

“I am reiterating again that a false flag operation is imminent from India in order to divert world attention away from its ongoing genocide in IOJK [Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir],” Khan tweeted

India termed Imran Khan’s allegations over false flag operation as “malicious propaganda”. When asked about PM Khan’s allegations, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said: “Can’t dignify malicious propaganda by a comment.”

Pakistani experts talking to EurAsian Times commented that India might be wanting to keep Pakistan Army on their toes on the eastern border and so that their presence is limited on the Afghan border where Taliban is keenly awaiting to regain power and New Delhi opposes it.

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