Pakistan tells India to stop ‘practice of terror allegations’

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Karachi, Jan 28 (ANI): Pakistan has urged India to stop the alleged practice of hurling “unsubstantiated terror allegations against Pakistan.”

According to the Dawn, Foreign Office spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah said in a briefing that a practice like that undermines efforts to eliminate terrorism from the region in a collective manner.

He said terrorism was not an issue for only India or Pakistan but a global problem that needs to be tackled with joint cooperation.

Khalilullah said that Pakistan hopes India would share findings of the Samjhota Express attack investigations with Pakistan.

The spokesman also said that India and Pakistan are in touch to finalise the dates for foreign secretary level talks. (ANI)

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