Pakistan did not stop at the SCO conference, Shahbaz spewed venom in front of Jaishankar, Putin and Jinping were sitting

Islamabad: Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has spewed venom against India in front of Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit held in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, who has become a terrorist, said on Thursday without naming India that ‘state terrorism’ should be criticized without any condition. He stressed that eradicating extremism is a prerequisite for economic development. Pakistan had accused India a few days ago that the Indian intelligence agency Ra is helping TTP and Baloch terrorists who are targeting Chinese citizens.

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When Shahbaz was giving this statement, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping were also present in front of him. Shahbaz said, ‘Terrorism, whether it is being done by an individual, a group or by countries, must definitely be dealt with collectively.’ The government of Pakistan is constantly accusing neighboring countries of promoting terrorism without any evidence. Pakistan recently claimed to have caught an alleged TTP terrorist who alleged that India is providing financial help to terrorists carrying out attacks in Pakistan.

Shahbaz Sharif also raised the issue of Kashmir

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In January, Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary Muhammad Cyrus Qazi said that the government has credible evidence that Indian agents have committed two murders on Pakistani soil. Shahbaz said in his speech today that all forms of terrorism should be criticized clearly and unconditionally. The killing of innocent people cannot be justified in any way. He also said that terrorism should not be used to gain political advantage.