Pistol-wielding gunmen in Karachi stormed a bus carrying members of the Ismaili minority Wednesday, killing at least 47 in the first attack in the country officially claimed by the Islamic State group. However Pakistan’s Foreign Office denied the claims, saying IS had no footprints in the country.
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In the current development, the security forces have discovered clues of RAW hand in Karachi attack.
Military Sources told that the security institutions were also investigating the source of funding for terrorists.
Earlier in the day, Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry also blamed RAW for carrying out terrorist attacks in Pakistan.
Chaudhry stated that the Indian government had been informed about RAW’s hand in terrorist activities being conducted in Pakistan and evidence had also been provided to them.