India involved in Pakistan Stock Exchange attack, says Dr Moeed
ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on National Security Dr Moeed Yusuf on Tuesday said Pakistan was assuring the world that India was involved in subversive activities and state terrorism in Pakistan.
“India is involved in attack on the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi,” he said talking to a local news channel.
He said because of effective diplomacy of Pakistan, the international community was criticizing the Indian hegemonic designs.
Dr Moeed Yusuf said that India was perpetrating atrocities and bloodbath on oppressed Kashmiri people and it had also committed the state terrorism in the occupied Kashmir by revoking Article 370 in August last year.
At least 10 people including four terrorists, one police officer and four private security guards were killed in exchange of fire on Jun 29 as militants tried to storm into the PSX in Karachi.
Security forces foiled the attack on the PSX by killing all the terrorists.
According to details, four terrorists tried to enter Pakistan Stock Exchange building on Jun 29 morning using latest weapons and hand grenades. However, timely action of the security forces thwarted the attempt.
The Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) has claimed the responsibility for the Pakistan Stock Exchange attack in Karachi.
In a statement, the BLA said its Majeed Brigade (consisting of suicide attackers) carried out the attack.
Making the announcement, the BLA issued a picture of the four “missing” terrorists involved in the terror incident namely, Salman Hammal alias Notak, Shehzad Baloch alias Cobra, Tasleem Baloch alias Muslim and Siraj Kungar alias Yaagi.