Defence Minister Khawaja Asif told Dawn News that no proof implicating Pakistan in the September 18 attack has surfaced yet, alleging it was "evident" the attack, which India has blamed on Pakistan based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad, was a plan "devised by India itself".
When asked why Pakistan did not raise the issue of captured alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jhadav, when Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj termed Bahadur Ali a "living evidence" of cross border terrorism against India in the UN General Assembly, Asif said Islamabad has been "raising the issue on a daily basis" for several months.
"Not only Kulbhushan Jhadav but we also have Brahamdagh Bugti, to whom India issued a visa on a fake identity as proof," Asif said.
"Five or 10 voices raised against us are not enough evidence to declare Pakistan a terrorist state," he said.
According to Asif, the "entire world knows that India is not as serious about resolving the Kashmir dispute as Pakistan is" and that India has not received support from anywhere despite launching a diatribe against Pakistan.
He also said that China supports Pakistan's viewpoint on the Kashmir issue which Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had raised again in his address at the general assembly.
The relations further soured after the September 18 attack in which four terrorists, suspectedly from across the border, attacked the India Army camp at Uri.
Sushma Swaraj in her address on Monday told the General Assembly that Pakistan "harbours terrorism" and it should be "isolated" from the entire world.
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