The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has called the actions of Indian intelligence agencies in Canada a ‘violation’ of international law.
Speaking to reporters in a briefing at MOFA on Wednesday, spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said that the Canadian prime minister’s statement over the killing of Hardeep Singh showed that India’s actions have spread to an international scale.
Baloch said that Pakistan has continuously been the victim of India’s state terrorism. She added that PM Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar will speak about India’s excesses in illegally occupied Kashmir in his speech to the United Nations General Assembly.
Separately the FO also mentioned Kulbhushan Jadhav’s — a high-ranking Indian military officer commander — confession acknowledging his involvement in directing, financing, and executing terror and sabotage in Pakistan.
She said that 68 Kashmiris have been killed this year including women and children. She added that the number included 13 custodial killings. In addition, 2,900 were arbitrarily arrested, she said, adding that the aim of these acts was to break the will of the Kashmiri people.