Pakistan presents ‘proof’ of Indian hand in terror actsApril 24th, 2009 - 8:59 pm ICT by IANS
Islamabad, April 24 (IANS) Interior Minister Rehman Malik has, during an in-camera session of the Senate, the upper house of parliament, presented what he termed evidence of the involvement of India, Afghanistan and Russia in terrorist activities in Pakistan, a media report Friday said.
“It is the first time Pakistan has blamed these countries and cited evidence which, it is believed, will be shared with the international community, particularly the United States, which has expressed concern over growing militancy in the country,” Dawn said.
During the Senate briefing Thursday, Malik claimed that all major incidents of terrorism and suicide attacks were linked to India and Afghanistan, saying terrorists were being trained in those countries and in North Waziristan.
After the briefing, some senators told Dawn that Malik had shown video clips and documentary evidence about the involvement of India and Afghanistan in incidents of terrorism in Pakistan.
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