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DG ISPR says 'neighbouring country' hindering Pakistan

LONDON: Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asim Saleem Bajwa has said neighbouring country [India] is wilfully creating problems for Pakistan, ARY News reported.

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India committed more than 400 violations of ceasefire along border in 2014, he told during media briefing in London.

The DG ISPR said terrorists were being abetted from foreign countries. “Many areas have been cleared in North Waziristan from the terrorists.”

He informed that more than 5,000 terrorists and their supporters were under detention.

DG ISPR briefs media in London by arynews
The DG ISPR said that operation Zarb-e-Azb is continuing successfully and Khyber Agency will also be cleared very soon.

He said during the visit UK officials were apprised about the successes achieved in the operation. He said all terrorists were same – no one is good or bad.

Mr. Bajwa said all political parties were united against terrorism.

DG ISPR said that IDP’s return will be started next month. He said that foreign hand is involved in the unrest of Balochistan. Asim Saleem Bajwa said that Pakistan is also sharing intelligence with Afghanistan.

He said intelligence sharing with Afghanistan was also underway.

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DG ISPR says 'neighbouring country' hindering Pakistan

by Azhar Khan