Sartaj Aziz accuses PM Narendra Modi for fomenting terrorism in Balochistan

| Monday, August 15, 2016 - 20:28
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There is constant curfew and complete media blackout for the past 37 days, says Sartaj Aziz

New Delhi: Pakistan Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz on Monday alleged that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech has proved that India has been fomenting terrorism in Balochistan through its spy agencies.
Sartaj Aziz also said that PM Narendra Modi has been trying to divert the world’s attention from Kashmir and therefore he is making efforts to de-stabilise situations in Pok and Balochistan.
"There is constant curfew and complete media blackout for the past 37 days. These events have nothing to do with terrorism. It is an indigenous movement for self determination, a right promised to the Kashmiris by the UN Security Council. At this time, the contrast between the Indian Occupied Kashmir and the Azad Jammu and Kashmir could not be more stark,” Aziz told Samaa TV.
Sartaj Aziz also added that PM Modi’s reference to Balochistan, which is an integral part of Pakistan, only proves Pakistan’s contention that India through its main intelligence agency RAW, has been fomenting terrorism in Balochistan.
"India is a large country, in fact the second largest in the world and this must be acknowledged, but a large country does not automatically become a great country, specially when it unleashes such brute force against innocent citizens to suppress their right to protest or when it deliberately uses pallet guns to permanently destroy the eye sight of over 100 youth," Sartaj told Samaa TV.

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