Pak fundamentalist outfit leader says India involved in Malakand unrest
Islamabad, may 25 (ANI): India has had a role to play in fermenting unrest in the Malakand agency of Pakistan's North West Frontier Province (NWFP), claimed Markazi Jamiat Ehle Hadith leader Sajid Mir.
He accused authorities in Islamabad of neither issuing stringent statements against the Indians nor appealing to the international community to stop India from intruding in Pakistan's internal affairs.
Addressing a meeting of the central Rabta Committee, Mir said the Pakistan Government needed to adopt a more coherent approach on its military operations in the North West Frontier Province (NWFP).
He said the presence of the American military in Pakistan's tribal areas can be a dangerous to the country's strategic assets.
He also accused the Pakistani leadership of colluding with Washington to facilitate drone strikes in the remote tribal areas, and added that sustainable peace could not be established until the drone attacks were stopped.
Sajid Mir said that it was about time that the government identified the country's real enemy otherwise its skewed policies would inflict irreversible damage to the national interest. (ANI)