Wednesday, August 5, 2009

The Balochistan Dossier Controversy

NEW DELHI: As the Manmohan Singh government faces flak for allowing the mention of Pakistan's "concerns" about Balochistan in the joint statement

the prime minister signed in Egypt, Islamabad seems determined to compound his difficulties. (
Watch ) On Wednesday, Pakistani media carried reports quoting official sources suggesting that Singh agreed to the mention of Balochistan when his Pakistani counterpart Yousaf Raza Gilani confronted him in Sharm el-Sheikh with a dossier detailing India's covert subversion in the restive province of Balochistan. +

July 22, 2009

Pakistan slaps India with evidence of RAW’s involvement in Terrorism in Pak.

Dan Qayyum

ISI Chief Shuja Pasha has summoned his Indian Counterpart, K C Verma for a meeting through the Indian defence attache in the Indian High Commission in Islamabad.The Indian government has not responded to ISI’s request yet, and is reportedly assessing the implications of a possible meeting carefully.After the July 16 Sharm el-Sheikh joint statement between India and Pakistan, India fears that Pakistan would use this meeting as a forum to expose Indian connections with terrorists in Balochistan and Baitullah Mehsud’s Tehreek-e-Taliban
Gilani - whatever else might be his game - was not wrong about the perception on the issue in Pakistan. Indian peace activist and Magsaysay award-winner Sandeep Pandey, just back from a visit to Pakistan, says: "Manmohan Singh has merely acknowledged something which is common knowledge in Pakistan." It is not something unknown to concerned Indian agencies and quarters close to them, either...source

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