India to raise 5 major terror related issues with Pakistan during NSA level talks

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August 18, 2015

NEW DELHI: India is planning to go hard on Pakistan during the National Security Advisor-level talks scheduled later in August. India's sole agenda is to give Pakistan enough evidence for its terror activities.

India is planning to raise five major terror related issues with Pakistan and back it with hard evidence.

August 18, 2015

NEW DELHI: India is planning to go hard on Pakistan during the National Security Advisor-level talks scheduled later in August. India's sole agenda is to give Pakistan enough evidence for its terror activities.

India is planning to raise five major terror related issues with Pakistan and back it with hard evidence.

Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz will be confronted with a battery of concrete proof of state sponsored terror against India. India will give list of 56 terrorists based in Pakistan.

The main evidence for India is Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorist Mohammad Naved alias Usman Khan's confirmation that he is a Pakistani national. Naved was captured in Udhampur in Jammu & Kashmir after he and his accomplice Mohammad Noman attacked a Border Security Force convoy in which two troopers were killed.

Noman was killed in the gun battle with BSF troopers while Naved took some villagers hostage and fled into the forests. He was overpowered by his hostages and captured.

The second evidence is three specific addresses of most wanted terrorist and underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and details of his three Pakistani passports. Dawood is the prime accused in the 1993 serial bomb blasts in Mumbai in which at least 257 people were killed and hundreds injured.

The third evidence is unabated ceasefire violations and cross border infiltrations by Pakistan. India had summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit three times over this issue.

Pakistan has been indulging in ceasefire violations along the International Border and Line of Control in Jammu & Kashmir very regularly in its bid to push more terrorists into India.

The decision to hold talks was taken when Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Ufa, Russia in July on the sidelines of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit.


Courtesy: IBN

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