Indian State Institutions are spreading terrorism in Pakistan: Sartaj Aziz

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LONDON: Pakistan Prime Minister’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz revealed that Indian State Institutions are spreading terrorism in Pakistan.

 

Sartaj Aziz stated that India blamed Pakistan’s non-state actors are involved in spreading violation across the border but Pakistan has arrested an Indian state-actor for spreading unrest in Pakistan.

 

Aziz said “The arrest of an Indian naval officer from Pakistan's territories is not the case of one individual. It is network which is operating in Balochistan. We have arrested some more people. We don’t want consular access to affect our investigation in to this entire episode.”

 

Mr. Aziz was talking at CNN-NEWS 18.

 

Aziz also claimed that dialogue process between Pakistan and India is suspended but not cancelled and it will resume soon.

 

Dialogue process between two countries suspended after terror attack on Pathankot airbase in January.

 

India claimed that Pakistan based outfit Jaish-e-Muhammad is involved in the attack but could not produce solid evidence till date.

 

Pakistan JIT also visited India to probe the terror attack but returned without any progress.

 

 


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