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PSX Attack

India uses links with BLA to carry out state-sponsored terrorism in Pakistan: Yusuf

  • SAPM urges international community to condemn countries that perpetrate terrorism against Pakistan
Updated Jun 29 2020

(Karachi) Special Assistant to PM on National Security Division and Strategic Policy Planning Moeed Yusuf has said the Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) and India have established links that the Indian government uses to carry out state sponsored terrorism in Pakistan.

In a tweet on Monday, he said that BLA is an international listed terror organization, while India which is run by a fascist government, uses its proxies for promoting terrorism.

The SAPM said, "The int’l community must publicly call out & condemn countries that perpetrate terrorism against Pakistan."

Yusuf's statement comes in wake of the attack on Pakistan Stock Exchangein which four terrorists laden with sophisticated weapons stormed into the building from the parking area.

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Some eleven persons including two civilians, four security guards of PSX, and one Police Sub Inspector embraced martyrdom, while four terrorists have also been killed in the firing and hand grenade attacks.

Pakistan has on many occasions accused India of perpetrating terrorism and terror financing saying there is "open evidence available on India’s involvement in subversive activities.

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In his speeches, Prime Minister Imran Khan denounced the fascist and extremist Modi-led government for engaging in state terrorism and appealed to the world community to take notice of India's actions.