Plain-clothed terrorists today attacked the Pakistan consulate in Jalalabad that left seven people and two attackers dead.
Sources said that officials have found evidences of the involvement of Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and Afghan National Army in the attack.
RAW and Afghan army personnel hurled grenades on the Pakistan consulate with a purpose to take hold of the consulate’s record.
However, the attackers could only take away the cell phones of consulate staff before fleeing for the record was kept under strict watch.
Sources further said harassing the staff could also be another possible motive of the attack.