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India’s evil plans against Pakistan will never succeed: FM Qureshi

On Sunday, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that the government has strong proof against India habituating terrorists and outlawed organizations to generate disorder in Pakistan, but it will not see success in its abominable plans.

He further said that the bordering country is plotting to disrupt our nation and incapacitate the Afghan peace process while addressing an event held at the Union Council Multaniwala in his hometown, Multan.

Recently, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs tweeted on India’s brutal administration.

Qureshi added that India had reserved billions of investment only to harm the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project.

“Disinfo Lab had exposed India’s conspiracies also. Due to inhuman measures by the Narendra Modi government, the voices are also being heard against the fascist regime from inside India. Instead of addressing local issues, the Indian government was bent on hatching conspiracy against Pakistan. India’s nefarious designs could create law and order situation in the region and the consequence would be disastrous.”

Qureshi said.

The FM added that the country is taking tactful practical and diplomatic steps to disappoint the enemy’s schemes while being protected by Pakistan’s armed forces from the danger of terrorism.

Moreover, he encouraged the opposition party’s leadership to join hands against foreign hostility and disregard personal priorities in this hour of need.

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