Ground Report | New Delhi: Pakistan blames India; Pakistan has blamed India for the blast in Lahore near the house of Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed. On June 23, three people, including a policeman, were killed and at least 24 were injured in a blast in Lahore’s Jauhar Town area.
Pakistan blames India
Pakistan’s National Security Advisor (NSA) Moeed Yusuf, in a press conference in Islamabad, has directly blamed India for the attack. He said that ‘such evidence has been found that the fabric of all this goes from India. The mastermind behind this attack is a citizen of India.
At present, there is no reaction from India on these serious allegations made by Pakistan. Moeed Yusuf then said that the central connection of this attack is with India’s intelligence agency RAW (R&AW).
On Sunday, Moeed Yusuf, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry and Punjab State Police Chief Inam Ghani held a press conference and claimed that the administration has all the records of the blast accused’s foreign relations, including finance, bank accounts, audio and other evidence.
After the press conference, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan tweeted on Sunday night and praised the police administration, alleging that the attack was related to India.
Imran Khan called it India sponsored attack
Imran Khan has directly called it an ‘India sponsored terrorist attack’.
He tweeted, “I directed my team to inform the nation about the investigation into the Jauhar Town Lahore blast today. I appreciate the speedy investigation carried out by the Anti-Terrorist Department of Punjab Police that they have taken care of our civil and intelligence agencies.” With the wonderful help of the evidence came out.”
“This coordination has identified terrorists and their international links. Again, the planning and funding of this heinous terrorist incident has been linked to India-sponsored terrorism against Pakistan. The world community must unite international institutions against this wicked behavior.”
NSA Moeed Yusuf said that ‘the day this attack took place, there were thousands of cyberattacks on the investigative agencies of Pakistan, whose purpose was to divert attention from the network involved in this attack, although they could not get this opportunity.’