Controversial TTP’s possession of advanced weapons, Indian-backed terrorist groups are active in Pakistan

Media Report: Pakistan has expressed concern over the use of modern weapons for terrorism by the outlawed TTP and said that terrorist groups are active in different areas of Pakistan with Indian support.

Pakistan’s Spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, while giving a weekly briefing, had stated that last week, caretaker Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani had also written letters to the heads of international organizations on the situation in Occupied Kashmir. I was informed about the ongoing illegal and unilateral actions of India.

The spokesperson of the Foreign Office appealed to the international community for help. In order to take notice of the ongoing Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir, Pakistan has a program to continue its diplomatic, political and moral support to Kashmiris until they achieve their right to self-determination.

In response to a question, the Pakistani spokesperson said that we are very concerned about the use of modern weapons by the banned TTP and the financial support of terrorism in Pakistan by the Indian intelligence agency. I am proactive, and we are doing more research and will provide more details in the coming days.

He said that India’s kidnapping and terrorism network is spread all over the world, Pakistan is targeting terrorism with Indian support, Indian service commander Kulbhushan Jadhav was arrested in Pakistan and a lot of information was obtained from him through research. And this is proof of that.

Mumtaz Zahra Baloch further said that they cannot yet say anything specific about any action against TTP by Afghanistan and its effectiveness, but the Taliban expect effective measures against TTP from the government and They would also be appealed for help, hopefully, and every effort would be made to prevent the Afghan soil from being used by those doing anti-Pakistan activities.

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