Report highlights Indian involvement in terror in Lahore, Karachi, Balochistan, Fata
Islamabad: The Inter Services Intelligence has handed over a heavy dossier to the American CIA with complete evidence regarding Indian involvement in sabotage and terrorist activities in Balochistan, tribal areas and even settled areas of Pakistan.
Diplomatic sources told The Post that ISI has provided complete information with solid evidence to the CIA to pursue the matter with Indian government for its involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan through its intelligence agency Raw. The dossier given to CIA also highlights the involvement of Indian agency in various terrorist activities in big cities of Pakistan including Lahore and Karachi besides its involvement in Balochistan and Fata. It has also been highlighted that Raw is also involved in disturbance in Swat area and providing support to the elements involved in sabotage activities there.
The dossier also provides detail of the training camps set up by Raw in Balochistan and Fata to train terrorists for heinous crimes in Pakistani area. ISI has also provided audio and video material regarding Indian involvement that proves Indian support to the terrorist and anti state elements in Balochistan and Fata.
Pakistan has already raised the issue of Indian involvement in terrorist attacks and sabotage activities with documentary proofs and evidences to the United States at the highest level including the out going Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of State Dr Condoleezza Rice and senior US officials during their visits to Islamabad.
Pakistan has already objected establishment of fourteen Indian consulates in the border areas of Afghanistan which are involved in promoting terrorist and sabotage activities in Pakistani areas besides their involvement in cross border infiltration that is major cause of terrorist activities inside Afghanistan and has also raised the issue of these activities during the meetings of the Tripartite commission consisting on Pakistan, Afghanistan and International Security Assistance Forces (ISAF) engaged in Afghanistan to control terrorism but no action has been taken by the US so far instead it has always blame ISI for non cooperation.
Source: The Post, 12/1/2009