Stop ‘practice of terror allegations’, Pak tells India

Written by | January 29, 2016 | 0

Karachi: Pakistan has urged India to stop the alleged practice of hurling unsubstantiated terror allegations against Pakistan.

According to the Dawn, Foreign Office spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah said in a briefing that terrorism was not an issue for only India or Pakistan but a global problem that needs to be tackled with joint cooperation.

Asked about allegations against Pakistan whenever there is a terror attack, he urged India to do away with the practice of “hurling unsubstantiated terror allegations” against Pakistan.

Khalilullah said such a practice undermines efforts to eliminate terrorism from the region in a “collaborative manner”.

India has sought action by Pakistan on the evidence provided for apprehending the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists suspected to have been involved in the January 2 attack.

Khalilullah said that Pakistan hopes India would share findings of the Samjhauta Express attack investigations with Pakistan.

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