By Abid Siddique Chaudhary
ISLAMABAD : Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi says he rejects baseless allegations by the Afghan leadership. Pakistan is concerned about human rights violations in Afghanistan. The uncivilized attitude of not inviting India to the Security Council as President does not suit.
Addressing a press conference, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said, “We have made it clear many times that we do not have a favorite party in Afghanistan.” The future of Afghanistan is to be decided by the Afghans. If the Afghan peace talks are successful, the credit for the success will go to the Afghan leadership and if they fail, the responsibility will go to the Afghan leadership and not to Pakistan.
He said that Pakistan will continue to play its role in the Afghan peace process, our direction is clear, we will not waver, we realize that preparations are underway to lay rubble on Pakistan. Accusations are being leveled against Pakistan.
“We’re sorry to hear that some of us have become talkative,” he said. It is a pity to see the statement of an elected representative today, whose language he is speaking, it is a pity that he is speaking on behalf of India or Pakistan.
The Foreign Minister said, “There have been sporadic attempts to target C-Pak. Our spirits will not be low.” The whole nation agrees on the C-Pack projects. Completing the projects is in the interest of Pakistan. Not to be alarmed by the operations in Serena in Dasu and Quetta, Pakistan and China will complete the C-Pack projects on time.
Shah Mehmood said that the investigation into the case of the daughter of the Afghan ambassador turned out to be contrary to all Afghan claims. When the Afghan ambassador was recalled, he said that the decision should be reconsidered. Pakistan exchanged all investigations, materials, videos with Afghanistan. Pakistan had nothing to hide.