New Delhi: The Pakistan High Commissioner to India, Abdul Basit, while addressing the media on Monday in the national capital targeted his guns to the Indian politicians by saying, “When Uri attack was underway, Pakistan was being blamed, this when we did not even know what was happening.”
While talking to the media, Abdul Basit further threw a light on the continuous ceasefire violation from the Pakistani Army side by saying, “I think the two countries need to agree to formalise the 2003 ceasefire agreement.”
The Pakistan High Commissioner on his visit to India also commented on the biggest Bollywood controversy of the year. While taking a jibe, the Pakistan High Commissioner said, “I am glad that Karan Johar’s flick is out of ‘mushkil’.”
The movie “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” which had been caught in the controversy and had been receiving protests for casting Fawad Khan (a Pakistani actor) in Indian movie.
Abdul Basit, further denied the India’s allegation regarding the funeral of Burhan Wani a commander of the Kashmir-based Hizbul Mujahideen by saying, “To claim that those who attended Burhan Wani’s funeral were instigated by Pakistan is wrong”.
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