Pakistan rejects Indian charge of threatening messages
By: Tahir Khalil
ISLAMABAD: The Indian allegation that the threatening messages and the pictures of genocide incidents were put on website from Pakistan after riots in Assam was rejected.
The Interior Ministry sources said that Indian interior minister during telephonic conversation with Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik levelled charges against Pakistan for issuing threatening messages after riots in Assam. In the wake of these riots, more than 30,000 people migrated from Banglore.
The sources said that despite offer from Interior Minister Rehman Malik, the Indian government did not provide the proofs to ascertain the allegation and Pakistan did not receive any request from India in this regard.
The sources said that such allegations had no grounds unless India provided proofs to determine the veracity of these charges.
The interior minister of Pakistan extended the offer to his Indian counterpart more than a week ago, but the Indian interior minister did not contact him so far.