Indian state actors interfering in Pakistan' affairs, says Sartaj

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Indian state actors interfering in Pakistan affairs, says Sartaj

Islamabad - "India refers to non-state actors of Pakistan but India's state actor RAW has been interfering in Pakistan," Sartaj said while making a statement in the Senate.

By Afzal Khan

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Published: Wed 9 Mar 2016, 11:00 PM

Last updated: Thu 10 Mar 2016, 11:59 AM

India's state actor RAW is interfering in Pakistan, said Advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz.
"India refers to non-state actors of Pakistan but India's state actor RAW has been interfering in Pakistan," Sartaj said while making a statement in the Senate.
He said Pakistan has handed over proof of RAW's interference in the country to the United Nations and the United States.
Sartaj said India does not want to give credit of intelligence-sharing to Pakistan, stressing that India will have to change its current course.
He said those living in house of glass should be careful with their use of stones.
Speaking in the Senate, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar on Tuesday evening confirmed India's claim regarding infiltration of 10-15 men into India from Pakistan.
The minister said moves of some non-state actors have become embarrassment for Pakistan and its security institutions. "Efforts are afoot at both civil and military levels to get rid of such non-state actors," he added.
Nisar said Pakistan does not only share intelligence with India but also with other states in the region. "We share more information with Afghanistan than with India," he disclosed. Sartaj told the House that Pakistan along with its "all-weather" friend China has successfully blocked India's bid to become a member of the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group.
India has been seeking membership to the 48-member nuclear club, whose members can trade in and export nuclear technology. NSG is a powerful multinational body concerned with reducing nuclear proliferation.
news@khaleejtimes.com (With inputs from PTI)


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