Karnal, Nov 30 (UNI) A local court has summoned Secretaries, Home and External Affairs on January eight next year, in a case seeking permanent injuction, in national interest, against plying of Indo-Pak train and bus services.
The court of the Civil Judge (senior division) has summoned the Centre's representatives while admitting a suit filed by a local social organisation challenging plying of Samjhauta Express and Sada-e-Sarhad, especially in view of the attack on Mumbai allegedly by the Pak-trained terrorists.
The Karnal-based Janhit Social Welfare Society alleged in the plea that the two services has become synonyms of smuggling terrorists and deadly arms and ammunition from Pakistan into India.
President of the Society, lawyer Jitender Rana, has categorically held the Union government and its agencies responsible for turning a blind eye on the visible involvement of Pakistani intelligence agency, ISI, in training terrorists to create havoc on Indian soil.
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