Radio Pakistan calls Mumbai terror attack a small incident!

December 16th, 2008 - 9:10 pm ICT by ANI  

Gordon Brown

Ferozepur, Dec.16 (ANI): The attack on Taj Mahal and Oberoi-trident hotels in Mumbai during the last week of November hit the headlines in newspapers all over the world, and the issue was raised in the United Nations Security Council, but for the Punjabi Durbar programme of Radio Pakistan the attack was a small incident!
Radio Pakistan also blamed the Government of India for falsely blaming Pakistan and its intelligence agency for promoting terrorism.
The statements made in the Punjabi Durbar programme have shocked the listeners in Punjab. They point out that the terrorist who has been caught alive Mumbai , has admitted that he was trained by ISI in Pakistan. They came here with support of Pakistan Navy. His parents in Pakistan have also accepted before Pakistan Media that he is their son who left home four years back in a fit of fury. Is there any doubt left now?, said Colonel (retd.) Ajit Singh.
It is well-known today that India is a secular country and it acts with responsibility. There is anger not only in the people of India but everywhere, for Pakistan’’s actions. America has also supported our view point and is putting pressure on Pakistan to stop them from creating tensions . It is better if Pakistani authorities do some introspection, Colonel (retd.) Ajit Singh added.
Producers of the Punjabi Durbar programme should read their own newspapers like Dawn or watch Geo TV so that they know a bit of reality. It will also help them to understand world opinion about Pakistan after Mumbai terror attack.
The world community has been shocked by the killing of nearly 200 people and wounding of over 300 wounded, including international tourists.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown criticized Pakistan in front of Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari. He said: “Pakistan’’s own future depends on its actions against those within its borders who are bent on disruption of the elected government and Pakistan’’s relations with its neighbours.” (ANI)

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