Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security Sartaj Aziz on Saturday said India is interfering and promoting terrorism in Pakistan, Radio Pakistan reported.
While talking to the media at a university event in Karachi, Aziz said Pakistan had enough evidence pertaining to India meddling in its affairs. He added that the evidence would be presented before the United Nations.
The remarks come against the backdrop of rising tensions, and the cancellation of NSA-level talks with India.
Earlier, Aziz had said India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) was stoking terrorism in Pakistan.
“I will also be carrying three dossiers on RAW’s [Research and Analysis Wing] involvement in promoting terrorism in Pakistan,” he had said while showing the documents to reporters.
Ceasefire violations on the LoC Working Boundary have increased during the current Indian government, he said. The adviser argued economic and political stability were prerequisites to a balanced foreign policy.
Several steps have been taken during the last two years to keep Pakistan’s foreign policy balanced, added the NSA adviser. To a question about relations with Afghanistan, he said Pakistan was trying to restore Afghan reconciliation process between the Afghan Taliban and the government in Kabul.
Meanwhile about the continuing military offensive in North Waziristan, he said terrorist infrastructure was destroyed under Operation Zarb-e-Azb.
“Ninety percent objectives of the operation have been achieved,” he said.