ISLAMABAD: National Security Adviser Lt Gen (retd) Nasser Khan Janjua told US Ambassador to Pakistan David Hale that the spy offices of India and Afghanistan are secretively supporting Afghanistan-based terrorists to hit easy targets in Pakistan.
“There is a need to break the nexus of Afghanistan-based fear mongers who are working under the support of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and National Directorate of Security (NDS),” Janjua told Hale, who approached him on Wednesday.
As per an official proclamation, issues concerning Monday night’s audacious assault on the Police Training College in Quetta, Pakistani security compel’s counter-fear based oppression operations and psychological militants’ cross-fringe assaults went under discourse amid the meet. In the Quetta ambush, mounted by three suicide attackers, 62 police cadets were slaughtered while more than hundred received wounds.
Janjua educated the US Ambassador that the aggressors were continually in contact with their handlers situated in Afghanistan. “Pakistan needs the US bolster in such manner,” he included.
The NSA said peace in Afghanistan was straightforwardly connected to peace in Pakistan, including that political compromise in Afghanistan was unavoidable for dependability in the district.
Janjua likewise apprised Hale of the endeavors Pakistan is making to enhance the security circumstance by actualizing the National Action Plan against fear mongering. The US diplomat additionally informed the NSA of the activities the US has taken to enhance security circumstance in Afghanistan.
“David [Hale] likewise denounced the assault on Quetta’s Police Training College and communicated his most profound second thoughts furthermore offered hard and fast assistance from US in such manner,” the announcement included.