ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry has said that the Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) is involved in terror acts in Pakistan.
“We have repeatedly raised with India the RAW’s interference in Pakistan,” Chaudhry said while talking to the media persons in Islamabad on Thursday
The foreign secretary further said that Pakistan is committed in the war against terrorism and this fight will continue till the elimination of last terrorist.
Meanwhile, at his weekly news briefing in Islamabad on Thursday, the Foreign Office Spokesperson Qazi Khalil Ullah said in reply to a question about RAW using Afghan soil against Pakistan that Pak-Afghan bilateral relations stipulates in clear terms that we will not allow our territory used against each other.
The spokesman said that Pakistan has conveyed concerns to the Afghan side that RAW should not use their territory to create instability in Pakistan.
The statements came when a national day of mourning is being observed across Pakistan over the tragic killings of 43 members of Ismaili community in a terror attack on a bus in Karachi.
On Wednesday, at least 43 Ismaili community members were killed while more than 10 others sustained injuries when their bus came under an attack by unknown gunmen in Safoora Goth area of Karachi.