Islamabad: Pakistan Foreign Office while strongly reacting to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s claim about ‘surgical strikes has said that Pakistan has earlier rejected these so called ‘surgical strikes’ of India as fabricated and repetition of these false claims doesn’t make them true.
The Foreign Office spokesperson, in his weekly press briefing on Thursday, Speaking at an event in London, Modi claimed that before making the news of the ‘surgical strikes’ public, India had repeatedly attempted to contact Pakistan government to inform them about it.
On Modi’s accusation of terming Pakistan a ‘terror export factory’, the spokesperson said arrest of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jhdav from Balochistan is a proof that who is running terror factory. New Dehli is apparently upset over massive protests in London over India’s human rights violation against Kashmiris and Sikhs.
Thousands of Sikhs, Kashmiris, Dalits, women’s groups and human rights activists demonstrated in Parliament Square and outside 10 Downing Street against Narendra Modi who is here to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting and to sign an estimated £1 billion of investment deals with Britain.
The focus of the demonstrations was Narendra Modi whose extreme Hindu right wing government is accused of trying to turn India into an exclusively Hindu state run by upper caste Hindus at the caste of minorities. The demonstration was organised by prominent Sikh organisations Sikh Federation UK, Del Khalsa and others.
The protestors accused Modi government of being involved in persecution and mob lynching of opponents. They said Modi wasn’t welcome in the UK and that he is a terrorist who supports acts of terror against Sikhs, Kashmiris, Dalits, women and children. Protesters chanted “Modi go back”, “Khalistan Zindabad”, “Khalistan is our dream and our birth right”, “Modi is a terrorist”, “Justice for Asifa”, “Free Jaggi now”, “Kashmiris want justice”, “Modi go home,” “We stand against Modi’s agenda of hate and greed,” and “Kashmiris want freedom from India”.