Imran Khan accuses India of sponsoring terrorism inside Pakistan

Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan Saturday claimed that his country has provided “irrefutable evidence” of India’s sponsored terrorism inside Pakistan.

Pakistan reportedly has submitted the evidence to the United Nations. Khan also warned that Pakistan “cannot remain indifferent or silent.”

“Details of financial and material support and Indian state’s direct involvement in terrorism have been given to the world which, in the face of this evidence, cannot remain indifferent or silent,” Khan tweeted.

ہم نے پاکستان میں بھارت کی ریاستی دہشت گردی کے ناقابل تردید شواہد مہیا کردیے ہیں۔ مالی اور مادی امداد کی تفصیلات کیساتھ دہشت گردی میں ریاستِ ہندوستان کے براہِ راست کردار کی تفصیلات دنیا کے سامنے رکھ دی گئی ہیں جو ان شواہد کی موجودگی میں اب مزید خاموش یا لاتعلق نہیں رہ سکتی۔

— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) November 14, 2020

“We expect the international community to force India to end its terrorism & bring to justice those responsible for killing thousands of innocent people in Pakistan.”

“Our resilient and courageous security agencies & forces will continue to give their all to protect our people,” the Pakistani Prime Minister stated.

“Let there be no doubt anywhere that we know how to defend our country and will continue to do so with our combined national resolve,” he noted.

India has not commented in this regard yet.

India and Pakistan, two nuclear-armed countries, have frequently accused each other of supporting terrorists and targeting the other.