ISLAMABAD – Pakistan’s international minister has appealed to the UN Safety Council to attract consideration to Indian threats of power within the wake of the Pulwama suicide bombing that killed greater than 40 Indian troopers in disputed Kashmir.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi in a letter to the Safety Council on Friday warned that the safety state of affairs within the area is deteriorating as India threatens to make use of power towards Pakistan.
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Pakistan has denied any involvement within the assault.
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The Pulwama assault final week escalated tensions between the 2 nuclear-armed south Asian neighbours and India blames Pakistan. It was the worst assault on Indian forces because the begin of the Kashmir insurgency in 1989.
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