'Aware of Indian conspiracies to destabilise Pakistan'
Islamabad, June 2: A day after Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain blamed India of “running away” from bilateral talks, the Foreign Office on Thursday accused New Delhi of conspiring “to create instability in Karachi and southern province of Balochistan”. During a weekly press briefing, Foreign Office spokesperson fees Zakariya remarked that Islamabad will raise the issue of India’s alleged interference at every intertiol fora.
He said “several arrests” were made after detained “Indian spy” Kulbhushan Jadhav’s “revelations” to the security agencies.
Zakariya added that “instead of a blame game, India must come to the table of talks in a positive way.” President Hussain during his address to the tiol Assembly on Wednesday said that India-Pakistan Foreign Secretary level talks remained suspended as the “neighbour was running away” from dialogue. (IANS)