Pakistan accuses India of being involved in 2014 Peshawar school massacre

| Thursday, July 23, 2015 - 16:38
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India involved in Peshawar school attack: Pakistan

NEW DELHI: 2014 Peshawar attacks were one of the most tragic incidents in the history of Pakistan and ahead of the National Security Advisor level talks, the neighboring country has alleged that India was involved in the Peshawar school attack that killed at least 150 lives including 136 school students.

Not only this, Pakistan even demanded to take the credit for re-initiation of the dialogue between the two countries claiming that it was the Sharif administration who initiated the NSA level talks in Ufa, Russia.

Stating that they shall share the records of the Indian involvement in the terror activities, the neighbouring country asserted that they were gearing up to pick up the issue of an alleged Indian role in the Peshawar, Baluchistan, FATA and Afghanistan during the talks.

Pakistan claims of Indian involvement in the attack in spite of Pakistani Taliban already claiming the responsibility for the attack.
In February, the Pakistani Army also claimed that the most of the terrorists involved in the cruel attack in December last year were either killed or arrested.

In one of the most atrocious attacks ever carried out, the Pakistani Taliban killed at least 150 innocents in a brash attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar on December 16, 2014 in revenge to the army operation against the extremists in North Waziristan.

The NSA-level talks are likely to happen in August and the declaration of India and Pakistan going for NSA-level talks was made recently when Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif met in Ufa.

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