ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Raheel Sharif, today asked Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the House in the evening and discussed matters of national security.
A statement issued after the meeting said that “the security situation in the country’s affairs and professional came under discussion. However, sources said that two high-ups also exchanged views on the interference in the affairs of the India Pakistan, as the government is considering raising the issue in the United Nations Security Council.
In this regard, sources said, the government is holding consultations with the ambassadors of Pakistan in different countries, including Pakistan’s permanent representative to the UN, Maleeha Lodhi.
The decision to take the world powers in confidence comes after the emergence of evidence of interference of India in Pakistan and confession Indian PM Narendra Modi, the sources said.
Modi, during a recent visit to Dhaka, acknowledged that Indian forces had a role in the war that created Bangladesh in 1971.
Shortly before the meeting between the PM and the army chief minister of Baluchistan, Sarfaraz Bugti said that Indian intelligence agency, RAW, participated in spoiling peace in Balochistan through terrorist activities.
Speaking at a press conference in Quetta along with military officers, the minister requested the prohibition of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), claiming that the party was involved in terrorist activities throughout the country.
“MQM should be declared a terrorist organization and banned in Pakistan … The BBC report has shown that MQM is receiving funds from India,” he asserted.