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Another shock jolts Indian leadership
KARACHI: While the Indian Prime minister and its minister for External Affairs Minister have come up with illogical acquisitions against Pakistan for supporting terror in India, Pakistan’s law enforc ...
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Here are the proofs of Indian terror across Pakistan

– Indian media keep asking Pakistani journalists about proofs of Indian terror in Pakistan but skips questions about p India’s outrageous proofs of Pak involvement in 26/11 like dramas — South India's Vaigai Chemical Industries and Indian Ordnance Factories provide arms, explosives to terrorists in Pakistan —Pak Security Forces dig out solid proofs of deep Indian involvement in Pakistan's terror hit areas — RAW continues to spread terror in Pakistan — Indian currency beats US dollar in Afghanistan — Indian currency, Indian Medicines, Indian weapons and Indian explosive chemicals recovered from many hideouts of militants, terrorists

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, while addressing the UN General Assembly Session blatantly declared Pakistan the epicenter of terrorism. Not only had this but he also termed Pakistan a State, sponsoring terrorism. Indian Premier, earlier, in a short meeting with the US President Barak Obama, also unfolded a bundle of complaints against Pakistan, insisting that that Pakistan was responsible for terrorism across India. Both during his meeting with the US President as well as at the time of addressing the UN Session, the Indian Premier emerged as merely a shallow blamer who had nothing at all as an evidence to support whatever he divulged. As if it was not enough to sabotage the peace path which Pakistan had initiated to embark upon, just a day before the much awaited meeting between the Pakistani and Indian Premiers on the sidelines of the UNGA at New York, India’s external Affairs Minister came with the accusation that Pakistan army and its Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) were the main hurdles in peace efforts of Pakistani Premier. ...

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