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Pakistan on Wednesday outrightly rejected a report which alleged Islamabad was hosting a terrorist group against Iran.
Pakistan on Wednesday outrightly rejected a report which alleged Islamabad was hosting a terrorist group against Iran. "Pakistan has taken no such steps and will not allow its soil to be abused against Iran by any foreign element," the Foreign Office Spokesman Masood Khan told reporters. "Iran-Pakistan relations are based on firm foundation," he asserted the report released by the United Press International "is not correct and has no credibility". Upi's report dated January 26 alleged that Islamabad was helping a group of MKO in Pakistan's Balochistan province areas to operate against the Iranian government. It charged that President General Pervez Musharraf allowed the terror group to gather Iran's military intelligence for US from the Pakistani province. When asked about the motive behind such reports, the foreign office spokesman maintained, "such fanciful stories are peddled to spread disinformation". In recent weeks, there has been a chain of reports in the Western media about Islamabad helping the United States against Iran. The officials in the government and in the military have strongly rejected such reports, saying these were specifically aimed at creating a wedge between two brotherly nations.

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