Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (DG-ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar said that we have information and evidence that India promotes terrorism and has developed a plan to destabilize Pakistan.
Addressing a joint press conference along with Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Saturday, DG-ISPR said that Indian embassy and its consulate have been turned into hideouts of terrorists along the border.
“[Indian intelligence agency] RAW transferred Rs55,581 through a bank, whereas, $0.82 had been transferred to TTP commanders besides constituting a force of 700 terrorists by spending $60 million. $23.5 million funds were used creating anarchy in Balochistan”, he said.
“Arms worth $0.26 million had been given to Altaf Hussain group, whereas, India is running 87 terrorist camps. A former Indian diplomat and military general had visited a terrorist camp in Hajigak, whereas, $30 million was dispatched for establishing a camp in [Afghanistan’s] Kandahar. Four terrorist camps had been established for Altaf Hussain group where 40 terrorists received training.”
DG ISPR Iftikhar said the Indian intelligence agencies are also trying to establish Daesh e Pakistan.
“Recently, 20 Indian Daesh militants were relocated from India to camps along the Pak-Afghan border. These militants were handed over to Daesh Commander Sheikh Abdul Rahim alias Abdul Rehman Muslim Dost.”
Iftikhar said that India is stirring up anti-Pakistan elements, as well as providing finance, training and arms to outlawed outfits including Balochistan Republican Army (BRA), BLA and BLF through Colonel Rajesh who is residing in Kabul.
On the other hand, Shah Mahmood Qureshi slammed Indian troops for targeting Pakistani civilians along the Line of Control (LoC). He also presented a dossier containing details of Indian terrorism carried out in Pakistan.
He has strongly condemned the ceasefire violation as a result of Indian aggression towards Pakistan.
“Today we have irrefutable facts that we will present before the nation and International community through this dossier”, said the foreign minister.
He said that Indian troops are consistently violating the ceasefire agreement and Pakistan will expose the real face of the Indian government before the international community.
The foreign minister said that India is up-scaling terrorism in Pakistan and had also expressed its illegal steps at different forums. The time has arrived to take the nation and international community in confidence as silence is neither in the national interest nor favours stability in the region.
“India was allowing its land to be used against Pakistan for terrorism,” said the foreign minister. He added that New Delhi not only used its own soil but also made use of neighbouring countries to “attack Pakistan”.
“I feel that by remaining more silent it will not be in [favour] of Pakistan and the peace and stability of this region,” said Qureshi.