ISLAMABAD - Pakistan on Monday rejected the Indian allegations about implicating it in the recent attacks in Occupied Kashmir.

Taking serious notice of the remarks made by Spokesperson of Indian External Affairs Minister, Foreign Office Spokesperson Tasnim Aslam said the allegations are baseless and efforts to malign Pakistan.

Tasnim Aslam said Pakistan has been in the forefront of combating terrorism and also biggest victim of terrorism. She said the violence in Indian-administered Kashmir is the result of decades of repressive Indian policies and imposition of sham elections.

The spokesperson urged India to understand that the people of Jammu and Kashmir would accept nothing short of their right to self-determination as promised to them by the United Nations.

China ready for more co-op:

China has assured Pakistan that Beijing is ready to work with Islamabad to implement the consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries, steadily promote the construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and continuously enhance the Pakistan-China Strategic Cooperative Partnership.

"The assurance was given by Chinese State Councillor Guo Shengkun during his meetings with President Mamnoon Hussain, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and other leaders," Foreign Office spokesperson said in a statement on Monday.

The statement said that during the 3-day visit, State Councilor Guo Shengkun called on President Mamnoon Hussain and Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. Guo conveyed cordial greetings and good wishes from Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang to the President and the Prime Minister, respectively.

Describing the Pakistan-China friendship as deeply rooted and unbreakable, Guo said China has always attached the highest importance to its relationship with Pakistan.

The President and the Prime Minister asked State Councilor Guo Shengkun to convey their sincere greetings and good wishes to the Chinese leadership.

Pakistan and China would work together to strengthen cooperation in counter-terrorism, combating drug trafficking, border management and law enforcement. Both the sides also agreed to accelerate progress on the CPEC and other ongoing economic projects.