Pak shows Baluchistan interference evidence to Hindustan
ISLAMABAD – Pakistan finally admitted that during the September 29, 2013 New York Pakistan-Hindustan premiers summit talks the question of Delhi’s interference in Baluchistan did come up in discussion agenda, but did not elaborate what Hindustani premier responded.
Islamabad politico-intellectual circles were talking about much ‘ground’ covered in Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif and his Hindustani counterpart Manmohan Singh’s New York top talks.
Pakistan has been telling foreign friends that Hindustan keeps her hands soiled in Baluchistan affairs, never publicly admitted it despite domestic pressure to uncover the troubles hands.
Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani disclosed that the Hindustani interference evidence has also been presented in the Pakistan Senate, but he did not say when the parliament would discuss the issue to tell the nation who is friend and who is enemy in relation to most vital mineral-riched, Gowadar port given province, Baluchistan. It is also learnt that directors general military operations of both Pakistan and Hindustan would thrash out the details to bring normalcy along Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.
The OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) has, meanwhile, reiterated its principled support to the cause of Kashmir. This support counts much as it comes from 57 Muslim states all grouped in OIC. Kashmiri leaders in both parts of the State are urging speedy advance on Kashmir issue as already over three decades have passed, promising everything but delivering nothing.