Terrorism in Pakistan is sponsored by NDS and RAW from Afghanistan

Terrorism in Pakistan has linkages with sanctuaries in Afghanistan being operated by NDS and RAW

Rawalpindi, Pakistan: The recent wave of terrorism in Pakistan has linkages with terrorists sanctuaries in Afghanistan being operated by NDS and RAW.

This was revealed during a briefing given to Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa here on Saturday.

A high level security meeting was chaired by COAS Gen Bajwa to review the recent wave of terrorism in the country and he was informed in the meeting that the recent incidents and their manifest linkages with terrorist sanctuaries in Afghanistan operating under the patronage of NDS and RAW.

According to a press statement issued by the Inter Service Public Relations (ISPR) of Pakistan Armed Forces, COAS Gen Bajwa said during the meeting that since 9/11, Pakistan is (was) one of the few countries which have borne the brunt of terrorism and made monumental sacrifices to effectively neutralize this menace in its state territories.

“Unfortunately our sacrifices against terrorism are not well acknowledged and we are often subjected to demand of ‘Do More’”, maintained Gen Bajwa.

It was concluded that while counter terrorism efforts by Pakistan continue, it is time now for the other stake holders particularly Afghanistan to ‘Do More’.

COAS reiterated that we will continue our efforts to positively contribute towards regional peace & stability and shall not allow use of our territory against any other country.

COAS appreciated efforts of Security Forces, intelligence and other Law Enforcement Agencies in foiling countless terrorist activities through ongoing ‘Operation Radd ul Fasaad’.

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COAS expressed his resolve to eliminate the menace to ensure safety & security of Pakistan and its resilient people who are real strength of their brave Security Forces.


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