Islamabad, Feb 16. Pakistan Foreign Secretary Tehmina
Janjua has met the envoys of P-5 nations and rejected
India’s allegations of Islamabad’s involvement in the terror attack on a
paramilitary convoy in Jammu and Kashmir.
“FS today briefed P5 Ambassadors at MoFA. Rejected
Indian allegations on Pulwama attack,” Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign
Affairs Spokesperson Mohammad Faisal tweeted on Friday night.
P-5 refers to US, Russia, China, France and UK — which are
permanent members of the UN Security Council.
In the meeting with P-5 envoys, Janjua has “noted a
familiar Indian pattern of immediate and reflexive assignment of blame on
Pakistan without investigations”.
The meeting came hours after India’s Foreign Secretary Vijay
Gokhale on Friday met at least two dozen envoys in Delhi, including those from
the P-5 nations.
The Pakistan Foreign Secretary said in the meeting that her
country has pursued a constructive approach towards India, and Pakistan’s offer
of dialogue and “the Kartarpur initiative are a clear evidence of
Citing Janjua, Faisal wrote on Twitter that
“ratcheting up tensions in the region will be counterproductive”.
An operative of the Pakistan-based terror group JeM crashed
a car bomb into a convoy of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Pulwama
district on the Srinagar-Jammu Highway on Thursday, making it the worst ever
attack on security forces on any single day since a separatist campaign broke
out in Jammu and Kashmir in 1989.
At least 45 troopers were killed in the ambush.
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