Sikh rights group condemns India’s RAW for Chinese consulate attack

Sikh rights group condemns India’s RAW for Chinese consulate attack
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A US-based Sikh advocacy and rights group has condemned the involvement of India's intelligence agency, RAW, in the attack on Chinese Consulate in Karachi last November.

The rights group has also announced one million rupees for families of the security personnel who were killed in the operation against the terrorists.  

The group known as "Sikhs for Justice" said it has sent a letter to Chinese Ambassador in Pakistan, Yao Jing, accusing India of sponsoring numerous terrorist attacks to destabilize the region.

The letter says India is working for the last three decades to disturb peace, security and stability of the region through waging proxy wars and unleashing terrorism in foreign lands.

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