RAW 'involves' in terrorists activities in Pakistan: Haider Gilani.
Multan -- Former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gilani's son Ali Haider Gilani has said Indian agency RAW provides funds and weapons to Pakistani Taliban to launch attack against security forces in Pakistan.
He also made it clear that the Afghan Taliban had nothing to do with his kidnapping, adding that banned outfit Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan was involved in his kidnapping.
He said RAW provides fund and weapons to Pakistani Taliban to launch attack against security personnel deployed at different check posts in the country and northern areas. He said that he had informed all that to former Army Chief Raheel Sharif, adding that our security agencies are well informed about it.
Responding a question about the CTD stance that the murdered suspects were allegedly involved in the kidnapping of Ali Haider Gilani, he said he doesn't know whether they were involved in his kidnapping.
He said the Sahiwal incident was a brutal incident in Pakistan's history. Four persons were brutally killed in the incident and the action is strongly condemnable.
He doesn't know whether the persons killed by CTD officials in Faisalabad were involved in his kidnapping, Ali Gilani said.
At least six terrorists of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan were involved in his kidnapped, he said. They kept him locked in Faisalabad for two-and-a-half month. Latter, they shifted him to North Waziristan where they kept him for over two years.
After that, he was shifted to Afghanistan where American forces rescued him during an operation against terrorists. He linked his kidnapping with armed forces operations against terrorists in the country.
He said being son of the country prime minister and murder of Usama Bin Ladan were two other factors behind his kidnapping.
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Feb 14, 2019|
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