India involved in state-sponsored terrorism in Pakistan, says IG FC

Afghan says Gwadar Port will be completed at any cost

Mohammad Zafar April 02, 2016
Video shows Kulbhushan Yadav, who is suspected of being an Indian spy, during a press conference in Islamabad on March 29, 2016. PHOTO: AFP

QUETTA: Inspector General Frontier Corps (FC) Major General Sher Afghan alleged that India is involved in state-sponsored terrorism and wanted to destabilise law and order situation in Balochistan.

Referring to the arrest of Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadav Afghan from Balochistan last month, Afghan said India wanted to destabilise the situation in the province through some of its agents.

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Talking to media at the FC Headquarters in Quetta on Saturday, IG FC said there was a time when Pakistan flag was not hoisted on 23rd March in Balochistan but things have changed now which is evident from the way Pakistan Day was celebrated across the province this year.

Further, Afghan said, earlier there were 'no-go' areas in the province where neither the administration nor the elected representatives could go. However, the situation has changed and FC is helping the provincial government in every possible way. Balochistan belongs to all of us and we have to work for its development, he added.

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Responding to a question, IG said the Gwader Port would be completed at every cost and RAW would not be able to put in any hindrances in it.

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Irfan | 4 years ago | Reply | Recommend Well done india.. Thats the way to go.. Keep up the good work
sami shahid | 4 years ago | Reply | Recommend Pakistan needs to understand that India and Afghanistan will always be behind terrorism in Pakistan....If Pakistan does not provide them a space....both the terrorist countries cannot harm Pakistan.
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