United States on Tuesday had given a warning that following the scrapping of special status to Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan based terrorists might launch attacks in India, unless Pakistan “keep a lid on terror groups”.
“I think many have concerns that Pakistan keep a lid on terror groups that could launch terror attacks as a consequence of the Kashmir decisions, and I don’t sense that China wants that kind of conflict or would support that,” Assistant Secretary of Defence for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs, Randall Shriver, told.
“With India’s decision in Kashmir, Pakistan seems to be planning to allow their hidden terrorists to cross the border. I do not know if China likes or supports such conflicts. I consider China as a diplomatic and political support to Pakistan. India wants to establish a stable relationship with China. China, however, said it has forged a long-standing relationship with Pakistan.”
Shriver also said that Indian Foreign Minister Jaishankar had spoken about his conversation with US Foreign Affairs Department officials to him during his visit to the US. As Pakistan’s push to internationalize Kashmir issue didn’t work, Pakistan is planning to launch terror attacks in India. It also should be noted that Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech in UN was seen as a hate mongering speech and he also gave a nuclear war threat.