ISLAMABAD – The Foreign Office has said that Pakistan has no agreement with India for transportation of its goods to Afghanistan by road.

In a statement, Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakariya said India had requested to transport wheat to Afghanistan  by road before martyring Burhan Wani in Occupied Kashmir.

He said India has sea and air routes also to supply its goods to Afghanistan, and had it sent wheat to Afghanistan via sea instead of doing political point scoring, the commodity would have reached there by now.

The spokesman said India does not waste any opportunity to malign Pakistan for political purposes. He said India speaks of human rights, but is massively abusing human rights in Occupied Kashmir.