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Leading Int'l, Indian Media Outlets Propagate Pakistan's Intrusion In Afghan Internal Affairs: DG ISPR
Muhammad Irfan 30 days ago Tue 21st September 2021 | 12:36 AM
Director General Inter Services Public Relations (DG ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar on Monday said some leading international and Indian media outlets published and aired fake news stories in an attempt to propagate Pakistan's interference in the internal affairs of Afghanistan
RAWALPINDI, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 20th Sep, 2021 ) :Director General Inter Services Public Relations (DG ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar on Monday said some leading international and Indian media outlets published and aired fake news stories in an attempt to propagate Pakistan's interference in the internal affairs of Afghanistan.
In an interview to a local news forum, the spokesperson of military's media wing said the manner in which Indian journalists and media outlets spread lies regarding the Panjshir conflict exposed that they relied on fabricated and concocted information.
"We have no reason to doubt their intentions, and that is why we are in constant touch with them to protect our national interest," Major General Babar said.
Since the Taliban, he said took control of the Afghan capital Kabul last month, Pakistan has been calling upon the international community to play its role in rebuilding the war-torn country to ensure peace and stability.
Replying a query, Major General Babar Iftikhar said border management was being continuously improved and it would be made completely secure in the near future.
"Our goal has always been better management on this side of the border," he said, adding that fencing the Pakistan-Afghan border was a major responsibility given the size of the region and other challenges.
"Despite all the difficulties, Pakistan has completed the fencing work on 90% of the border. Border management is constantly improving and we are hopeful that it will be fully secured in the near future," he informed.