Indian allegations could undermine peace process: Pakistan
Pakistan's Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said Wednesday that "unnecessary Indian allegations" could undermine the peace efforts between the two countries
He also mocked Indian allegations that Pakistani Army carried out an attack on Indian troops across the Line of Control (LoC), the Geo News reported.
Describing hue and cry of the Indian government and media as beyond comprehension, he said New Delhi should avoid shifting the responsibility of its failures on the Pakistan Army.
Stating Pakistan wanted peace and good relations between the two countries, the minster said that this was possible only through bilateral efforts.
Terrorists, some in Pakistani army uniforms, Tuesday shot dead five Indian soldiers and injured one in Jammu and Kashmir's Chakan Da Bagh sector of Poonch, 400 metres inside Indian territory.
Top military commanders of India and Pakistan Wednesday spoke on hotline to reduce the tension along the LoC. Pakistan and India declared ceasefire along the LoC in 2003.