India Does Not Want Pak To Succeed Against Terrorism: DG ISPR

Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor said on Thursday that ceasfire violations by India at the Line of Control (LoC) had increased in 2017.
According to the details, Director General of Inter Services Public Relations Major General Asif Ghafoor has said that India wants to take focus off of the “effective political struggle for freedom” in the India-held Kashmir through making allegations against Pakistan.
While addressing a press conference, Maj Ghafoor said, “India recently claimed that 10 of their soldiers came in Pakistan’s territory and killed Pakistani soldiers. But this is all false propaganda for their domestic audience to take focus off the effective political struggle they are facing for Kashmir’s freedom.”
“52 civilians were martyred and over 200 injured,” Major General Ghafoor said during a briefing to the press. He added that India did not want Pakistan to succeed in the war against terrorism.
Warning India against such tactics, DG ISPR said, “You can not lure us into such unprofessional undertakings”
Moving on to the US’s claims regarding the presence of terrorist elements in Pakistan, Maj Ghafoor said, “No organised infrastructure of any banned organisation is present in Pakistan. We have fought twice an imposed and imported war in Pakistan and now we cannot do any more for anyone.”
DG ISPR said that Pakistan has deployed personnel along its border with Afghanistan with personnel presence approximately every 1.5-2 kilometres.