MeanwhileAfghan national security advisor Hanif Atmar denied Pakistan foreign minister Khwaja Asif's claim of being proposed an exchange of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav for a wanted fugitive for the massacre at Army Public School in Peshawar.
Pakistan on Thursday objected to the U.S. plan seeking greater role of India in Afghanistan, accusing New Delhi of playing role of a spoiler in the war-torn country.
The violation of human rights in Occupied Kashmir is getting worse with every passing day, he said, adding Indian atrocities are also increasing to suppress the self-determination movement of Kashmiris.More news: Former soldier Henry Bolton elected as new leader of Ukip
On January 31, Saeed and four others were put under house arrest by the Pakistan's Punjab government for 90 days under the Anti-Terrorism Act 1997.
Commenting on Indian army chief Gen Bipin Rawat statement on surgical strikes along the Line of Control, the spokesperson said: "We have seen India hyping up propaganda of surgical strikes, an absurd claim and a proven lie, which the Indian Army propagated previous year on September 29". "The decision of extending his detention is in the interest of order and peace", said Pakistan's Punjab Home Ministry. This was not the first time the suave banker-turned-politician has spoken of Pakistan's need to do more to rein in jihadi groups, including those which mainly target India.
As per the new rules of Pakistan's foreign policy, "No US delegation would be entertained without mutual agreement and strict protocol will be maintained with US delegations according to their official status", the Pakistan Foreign Office said.More news: Sessions: Trump 'Has Free Speech Rights too'
Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif on Thursday said the U.S. troop surge in Afghanistan will not make any difference and that a political solution should be sought. He roams free in Pakistan and is aggressively pursuing politics in the country.
This is primarily because for the first time, the United States seeks to hold Pakistan accountable for its support to terrorist groups and organisation. "The most promising element of this policy is the recently launched China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a multi-billion dollars initiative entailing multiple development and connectivity initiatives and projects, including infrastructure, energy, Gwadar port and industrial co-operation".
The statement further added that National Security Advisor Mohammad Haneef Atmar met with H.E. Minister Asif on 21st September in UNHQ in NY.More news: Japan's defense chief warns of possible North Korea provocation on October 10
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