29 November 2014

India: Pakistani agencies backing terror groups

Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh arrives to lay the foundation stone for the Central Forensic Science Laboratory on the outskirts of Gauhati, in the northeastern Indian state of Assam, Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014. Singh, the second-most powerful official in India after Prime Minister Narendra Modi, hit out at Pakistan on Saturday, accusing its state agencies of using terror to try to destabilize India, and rejecting Pakistan's assertion that non-state actors are involved in terrorism.
India's home minister hit out at Pakistan on Saturday, accusing its state agencies of using terror to try to destabilize India, and rejecting Pakistan's assertion that non-state actors are involved in terrorism.
"Pakistan is continuously engaged in destabilizing India, but says non-state actors are behind the acts of terror. I want to ask Pakistan if its Inter-Services Intelligence is also a non-state actor," Rajnath Singh said, referring to Pakistan's national intelligence agency.