‘Incorrect and false’: India dismisses Pak allegations of troops concentrating on UN car alongside LoC


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‘Incorrect and false’: India dismisses Pak allegations of troops concentrating on UN car alongside LoC

India on Sunday mentioned Pakistan’s allegations that Indian troops intentionally focused a car of the United Nations alongside the Line of Management had been investigated intimately and located to be factually “incorrect and false”.

Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava mentioned Pakistan ought to responsibly examine its “lapses” as a substitute of repeating “baseless and fabricated” allegations towards India to cowl up its personal “failure” in guaranteeing the security and safety of UN personnel in territory beneath its management.

Pakistan on Friday alleged that Indian troops focused a car of United Nations Army Observers (UNMO) within the Chirikot sector alongside the LoC.

Indian authorities sources rejected the allegations that day itself.

In response to media queries on allegations by Pakistan, Srivastava additionally mentioned that India has conveyed its findings and views on “these misrepresentations” to the Pakistani aspect.

“Allegations by Pakistan concerning Indian forces intentionally concentrating on a UN car on 18 Dec have been investigated intimately and located to be factually incorrect and false. Our ahead troops had been conscious of the go to of UN Army Observers within the space and didn’t conduct any firing as alleged,” he mentioned.

“As an alternative of repeating baseless and fabricated allegations towards India to cowl up its personal failure in guaranteeing the security and safety of UN personnel in territory beneath its management, Pakistan ought to responsibly examine its lapses,” the MEA spokesperson mentioned.

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