ISLAMABAD -  President Centre for Pakistan and Gulf Studies (CPGS) Senator Sehar Kamran has strongly condemned Indian PM Narendra Modi’s statement of attributing terrorism to Pakistan at the recent BRICS Summit held in Goa.

In a statement, she said that this statement is in line with the current Indian propaganda and its bid to isolate Pakistan in the international community, but is failing to find partners to shoulder its claim due to its own provocation and aggressive posture.

Senator Sehar said that in 2016 alone, India violated ceasefire at the Line of Control more than 90 times.

She said that the current Modi regime has entered into a blind alley in its baseless campaign against Pakistan; it has now become extremely difficult to find support internationally.

Despite their best efforts, India cannot divert global attention from the atrocities New Delhi is committing in Indian-Occupied Kashmir.

She said that the world has witnessed how India is involved in covert activities inside Pakistan and trying to sabotage Pakistan’s interests by sending people like Kulbhushan Yadav and pursuing Ajit Doval’s ‘Offensive Defence’ doctrine.

Senator Sehar Kamran said that peace in South Asia cannot be achieved unilaterally. Pakistan has been proposing talks but New Delhi keeps running away from dialogue due to its domestic compulsions and politics, which revolves around an anti-Pakistan narrative to divert attention away from their internal problems, she added.