Amid rising tension with Pakistan in view of frequent ceasefire violations and funding of terror in Jammu and Kashmir from across the border, General Bipin Rawat had earlier warned that all options are open against the belligerent neighbour.When asked about the Indian Army's military preparedness, Rawat said, "We keep raising our modernization issues with the Government of India and have got positive responses".
Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakara.
The country's representative at the United Nations said the central problem in Jammu and Kashmir is cross-border terrorism and Pakistan's use of terrorism as an instrument of state policy.
The spokesperson said Afghanistan has been in turmoil for over forty years, and this situation has given space to terrorists. "We firmly believe that a policy of zero tolerance to terrorism is as much an global obligation as it is a commitment to our own people", said the ambassador.
Replying to a question regarding the 17th Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) 2- days summit commenced on Thursday in Astana in which Pakistan will become its full member, the spokesperson said all the member countries have to play an important role in this summit for regional peace and peaceful solutions to regional issues.
The Spokesman said that unable to face the determined Hurriyat Leadership and indigenous movement for self-determination of Kashmiri youth in Indian Occupied Kashmir, India and unlawful authorities in Indian Occupied Kashmir have launched dirty tactics, including raids, media blockade, arbitrary arrests and killing in fake encounters, harassment of Kashmiri leadership and propaganda to discredit and defame the Hurriyet leadership. He said that India is using Afghan soil against Pakistan and is also sabotaging Pak-Afghan relations.
India and Pakistan have already fought three wars since they gained independence from Britain in 1947. He added that he does not want to share more details in the media briefing.
He said Pakistan calls upon the UN Security Council and Human Rights organisations to call India to account for the human rights violations in Kashmir.
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