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New Delhi, January 8: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has offered to play the role of ‘an honest broker’ to ease tensions between Pakistan and India to ease tensions, Pakistan media reported on Saturday.

“Guterres, who assumed charge last week, made the offer after Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN Maleeha Lodhi briefed him on the Kashmir issue, highlighting the positioning of Indian special forces in Occupied Kashmir’s Kupwara and Rajauri districts along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary, indicating another escalatory move,” reported a leading Pakistani Newspaper.

The report added that the Ambassador Lodhi told the UN chief that the new Indian deployments in recent weeks appeared to be ‘ominous’.

“She handed over to Guterres a dossier on India’s interference and terrorism in Pakistan. It was a follow-up to the three dossiers submitted last October and contains additional information and proof of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW)’s interference in Pakistan and involvement in terrorism, particularly in Balochistan, Fata, and Karachi,” said the report.