ISI Plans To Brief Foreign Missions In Pakistan On LoC Status And ‘Anti Terror Steps’

Days after Pakistan came out with a dossier against India, the country’s intelligence agency ISI is now planning to brief foreign missions in Islamabad on the operational status at its borders, including the Line of Control (LoC) with India, and its anti-terror steps.

ISI chief Lt Gen Faiz Hameed is expected to brief foreign missions with diplomats at the agency’s headquarters on 11 December. 

The briefing is likely to include details of the “regional environment and own narrative”, besides an operational update on the situation at the LoC and the western borders.

Sources in the defence and security establishment said Pakistan is expected to claim that it is a victim of terror and ceasefire violations by India.

Islamabad recently handed over dossier to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, accusing India of stoking “terrorism” in Pakistan.

This was after Pakistan’s foreign minister and military spokesperson released a dossier titled “India’s state sponsorship of terrorism”, alleging that the Indian government and intelligence agencies were funding the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and ethnic Baloch armed separatist groups that conducted attacks on Pakistani soil.

India has already rejected the allegations. “Pakistan can cry from the rooftops. But they cannot change the fact that they are the epicentre of terrorism,” a spokesperson for India’s mission to the United Nations in New York

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