Saturday, August 1, 2009

Pakistan is aiding Taliban, says Abdul Hamid Khan


New Delhi, August 01: Abdul Hamid Khan, Chairman of Balawaristan National Front (BNf), pro-liberation group of Pakistan administered Kashmir, accuses Pakistan of doing nothing to destroy terror infrastructure in the country. He also accused Pakistan of minting money on the issue of Taliban. He accused that Pakistan got money from the US to destroy Taliban and also from Saudi Arab to promote them.

Abdul Hamid Khan, Chairman of Balawaristan National Front (BNF), accused Pakistan of funnelling money to its coffers in the name of Taliban.
He alleged that Pakistan is receiving money from the United States for destroying Taliban from within and filling its treasury boxes with money funded by Saudi Arab for promoting Taliban.
He said this in an interview on in India's capital New Delhi.
"Taliban don't die in any war. It's the civilians who get killed. Pakistan gets money from the US to kill them. It gets money from Saudi Arab for promoting Taliban. It's the personnel of Gilgit Baltistan who get killed. Pakistan has nothing to lose. And whatever little number of Pakistani soldiers get killed they get paid for in dollars," said Abdul Hamid Khan, Chairman of Balawaristan National front (BNF).
He also alleged that terror camps are still running in Pakistan administered areas.
"Terrorist camps are still running in two places. One is Diamer and Astur and another is in Istadur. They have closed other camps due to international pressure. Local people are not allowed to go there. And women and children of those are frisked so badly that they don't dare to go towards these camps," added Khan.
India accuses Pakistan of doing nothing to dismantle terror camps from its soil, a charge which Pakistan denies. India has also accused Pakistan for aiding and abetting terrorists who slip into the Indian territory, especially the Jammu and Kashmir region, which Pakistan denies and says these militants are Jehadis. Reuters

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