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Indian govt, media spread disinformation to mislead the international community: FO

Indian government and media continue to spread disinformation to mislead the international community and the Indian people for domestic political gains while trying to cover up its failures and resultant embarrassment, said the Foreign Office in a statement.
It said Pakistan has categorically rejected false Indian allegations about the Pulwama attack, adding that Pakistan responded with maturity, responsibility and resolve in all domains including political, information and response to Indian act of military aggression.
The Foreign Office said Indian dossier on Pulwama attack is being examined and update on it will be shared in due course.
About Indian allegations on terrorism, it said the whole world recognises Pakistan’s successful fight against terrorism.
Earlier, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi had said India had got an ‘appropriate’ response and Pakistan would not spoil the atmosphere.
Talking to media here, Qureshi demanded the international community and Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to take notice of New Delhi’s belligerent behaviour.
He described that ‘Naya Pakistan’ was aimed to instilling new positive mindset in the people and introducing a new model of governance.
The foreign minister claimed the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf had paved its way into Punjab, and it had become popular among the masses there.