Abohar (Punjab), Aug. 18 : Believe it or not, the analysts of Pakistan Radio Punjabi Durbar programme have come to the conclusion that the Indian intelligence agencies were behind the serial bomb blasts in Bangalore and Ahmedabad.
These allegations have only confirmed the suspicions of the residents of Abohar in Ferozepur that Pakistan agencies were behind the serial bomb blasts and are making the allegations as a cover.
They point out that it is unbelievable that Indian agencies would cause the deaths of their own fellow citizens.
Sitaram Sharma, National Secretary, National Security Committee, said: "It seems a mediocre joke from Pakistan. Why would Indian intelligence agencies kill their own citizens? Do they mean the attack on Indian Parliament was also the handiwork of Indian intelligence agencies? Pakistan should know that everyone here knows about the links of imprisoned terrorist Afzal Guru. Every terrorist arrested in India has links with Pakistan."
Rajendra Kumar, a trader in Abohar, said: "To just prove itself innocent Pakistan is falsely blaming India. It is clear that Pakistan is behind all he terrorist activities in India."
The local political leaders pointed out that Pakistan has not been able to bring the Inter -Services Intelligence under civilian control. The recent unsuccessful effort to bring the organisation under political control has indicated that ISI is responsible for keeping their Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Geelani in ignorance.
Kamal Sharma, General Secretary of Bharatiya Janata Party's Punjab unit, said: "Pakistan is a nation whose intelligence agency is not even under the control of its Prime Minister. Be it the regime of slain Pakistan's People's Party leader Benazir Bhutto or Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) leader Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan's intelligence agency (ISI) has never been under their control."
For the sake of formality, Pakistan leaders will continue to say that their country is not responsible for terrorist activities in India. And so will the Punjabi Durbar programme of Pakistan Radio