‘Saffron terror’ intensified under Modi’s regime in India, says Pakistan on anniversary of Samjhauta Express bombing

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ISLAMABAD – The Hindutva extremism and “Saffron terror” that had motivated the inhuman attack on Samjhauta Express fifteen years ago has intensified manifolds under the current regime in India.

Pakistan’s Foreign Office conveyed it to the Indian Charge d’Affaires in Islamabad on the 15th anniversary of the horrific terrorist attack that claimed the lives of 68 innocent passengers including 44 Pakistani nationals.

The Indian diplomat was conveyed Pakistan’s severe disappointment at Indian Government’s callousness towards the plight of the families of the Pakistani nationals who await justice even after the passage of fifteen years.

The Charge d’Affaires was asked to convey to Government of India in the strongest terms, Pakistan’s condemnation of the shameless acquittal and exoneration of all accused in dastardly terrorist attack, including Swami Aseeman and, an RSS activist, who publicly confessed of being the mastermind of the heinous attack. This was just another manifestation of the brazen impunity and full state protection that perpetrators of terrorism enjoy in the BJP-ruled India.

The Charge d’Affaires was also asked to convey to Indian government, Pakistan’s demand for a fair trial and for bringing the perpetrators and abettors of Samjhauta Express terrorist attack to justice. The families of the innocent Pakistani nationals, mercilessly killed at the hands of the Hindutva-motivated extremists deserve closure.

The Government of Pakistan strongly calls upon India to renounce the use of terrorism as an instrument of state policy and faithfully implement its obligations under international legal regime governing terrorism.

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