The Foreign Ministry on Tuesday rejected a statement from the head of the Indian army, Gen Bipin Rawat, in which he claimed that a terrorist camp in Balakot had been "reactivated."
"Indian allegations that Pakistan is [trying to] infiltrate [the border] they are an attempt to divert the attention of the international community from serious violations in occupied Kashmir, "said a statement issued by Foreign Ministry spokesman Dr. Mohammad Faisal.
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In February of this year, the Indian government had said that its air force had killed "a large number" of militants in Pakistan and had destroyed a terrorist camp run by the prohibited Jaish-e-Mohammad team in Balakot when carrying out air strikes.
India had said that the camp hosted members of a militant group responsible for a suicide car bomb attack in Pulwama Kashmir, which killed 40 Indian paramilitary soldiers.
Pakistan denied that the strike was carried out from its territory. He also said that such camps were not beaten or operated in the area. The next day, the Pakistan Air Force shot down two Indian fighter jets during an air showdown and took an Indian pilot prisoner. He was later released.
India's claims were also questioned by local and foreign media, which reported that the fighter planes had managed to destroy some trees.
Yesterday, the head of the Indian army said that the camp in Balakot had been "reactivated" and that 500 terrorists were "moving" towards India.
"Balakot has been reactivated. Balakot was affected, damaged and destroyed. The action had been taken by the Indian Air Force and has now been reactivated," Gen Rawat reported, according to Indian media. "We have a minimum number of 500 people. Depending on the weather pattern, they continue to move. As the temperature continues to fall, they move. The figures continue to fluctuate depending on where the terrorists are. We have taken action and incorporated more troops along of the Control Line ". ".
He did not provide any evidence to support his claims.
In the statement issued today by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Faisal said: "Indian declarations and measures are a threat to regional peace and stability.
"India will not fool the international community by using these negative tactics."
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The claim of the head of the Indian army was also rejected by the Pakistan army, and the military media wing called the accusation of infiltration a "pretext for a false flag operation" by India.
"The irresponsible statements of Indian military commanders in particular about AJ&K are an expression of their frustration due to their inability to drive [the] situation in IOJ & K (Jammu and Kashmir occupied by India) and attempts to divert attention from the world of Indian state terrorism and the siege of IOJ & K, "said a tweet from the general director of Public Relations between Services (ISPR) .
He said accusations of infiltration of India or the presence of suspected terrorist camps in Pakistan are "a pretext for a false flag / misadventure operation that, if attempted, will have serious consequences for regional peace."
"The Pak Armed Forces are fully prepared to respond to any aggression / misfortune regardless of cost," said another tweet.
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The Foreign Ministry also denied Indian claims on social networks that Pakistan failed to obtain sufficient support for its position on Kashmir occupied in the United States Human Rights Council (CDHNU), saying the reports are "contrary to the facts and based on lies. "
Dr. Faisal's statement said that Pakistan "had successfully highlighted in Geneva the continuing violations of human rights and the aggression of Indian forces in occupied Kashmir." The spokesman added that no vote had been held at the UNHCR session.
"More than 50 countries demanded that India lift the curfew and end the blockade [in occupied Kashmir] during the UNHCR session, "the statement said." The Kashmir issue was discussed at the UNHCR session due to Pakistan's efforts. "
Earlier this month, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi called the attention of the international community to the situation in Kashmir occupied by India, which has been under a strict blockade imposed by the government for more than 40 days , during the 42nd session of the UNHCR session in Geneva.
Pakistan is expected to present a resolution to the council for consideration at the end of the 42nd session on September 27.
However, several Indian media claimed that Pakistan had broken the deadline for submitting a resolution because it could not get enough support from other countries.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is currently in New York, called for the lifting of the curfew in occupied Kashmir, saying he will continue to highlight the Kashmir problem in each forum and fulfill his promise to be the "Kashmir ambassador" .
He will face Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the next meeting of the UN General Assembly amid his worst tensions in years for Kashmir.