The Pakistan Foreign Office has rejected the Indian allegations of infiltration in Kashmir and ruled out the role of any Pakistani involved in terrorism in India.
With dozens of lives being lost in one day in Quetta, the spokesman at the Foreign Office, during the weekly media briefing, said that while investigations are under way, involvement of Indian spy agency RAW cannot be ruled out.
The spokesman pointed out that it is just not Pakistan which has proof of Indian involvement “but there are statements on record made by a foreign country’s very high officials who have said that our neighbour has been financing instability in Pakistan from the soil of another neighbour.”
“As you are aware that Indian intelligence agencies have remained involved in subversive and terrorist activities in Pakistan, especially in Balochistan and Karachi,” he said.
He added “the confessional statement by a serving naval officer, who was apprehended by our law enforcement agencies, has indeed vindicated Pakistan’s claim. The confession has led to significant success in rounding up elements of the network. However, investigations are continuing. Involvement of foreign elements, working in cahoot with their local contacts in the condemnable terrorist attack in Quetta, which took a huge toll on the lives of innocent people, cannot be ruled out.”
Pakistan’s high commissioner had this week been summoned by the Indian foreign secretary and informed of a Pakistani citizen arrested for involvement in terrorist activities.