On Sunday, Minister for Information and Broadcasting of Pakistan Chaudhry Fawad Hussain called out Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto. In a tweet, Fawad Chaudhry asked Bilawal Bhutto why he was reluctant to name and condemn Indian PM Modi as the main sponsor of terrorism in Pakistan.
Responding to Bilawal’s tweet he said, “Why (Bilawal) get shy when it comes to condemnation of sponsors of terrorism in Pakistan.”
Fawad Chaudhry’s tweet came after the recent bomb blast in Quetta. On Sunday, an explosion in Quetta left two policemen dead and at least six other people injured. Police said that the explosion took place at Zarghoon Road, near the city’s University Chowk. The blast took place near a police van due to explosives planted on a motorcycle.
While condemning the blast in Quetta on Twitter, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that government should stop appeasing the terrorists. It should also adhere to the National Action Plan.
In response to Bilawal Bhutto, Fawad Chaudhry hit back by questioning his reluctance to blame India for terrorism in Pakistan.
— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) August 8, 2021
According to Fawad Chaudhry, the opposition always blames Pakistan’s incumbent government for terrorism within the country. However, the real sponsor of terrorism is India.
In her AJK rally in July, Maryam Nawaz too blamed PM Khan for increased terror activities in Pakistan.
PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz said that “terrorism is once again rearing its head in Pakistan”.
Her reference to terrorist activities being on the rise came after the government revealed to the nation that a man from India’s RAW intelligence agency carried out the blast in Lahore’s Johar Town.
Read more: Who was behind Lahore bomb blast?
India sponsoring terror activities in Pakistan
Pakistan, last year, made public a dossier containing ‘irrefutable proofs’ of the Indian sponsorship of terrorism in Pakistan.
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, accompanied by military spokesman Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar, while sharing salient features of the dossier with the media at a presser at the Foreign Office, emphasized that the world could not afford to ignore India’s “rogue behaviour” and said Pakistan reserved the right to defend itself in every possible way.
Pakistan’s government provided specific evidence of financing, training, harboring, and weapons supply in the shape of copies of correspondence, bank transactions, and communication intercepts.
Furthermore, the dossier stated that Indian diplomats, military, and intelligence officials were working with the Pakistan-centric terrorist groups based in Afghanistan.
Pakistan shared the documents with the United Nations Security Council and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation.