• publish: 20 September 2016
  • time: 10:36 pm
  • category: Politics
  • No: 4449
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Afghanistan, India and Bangladesh are likely to boycott SAARC over Pakistan

India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh are likely to boycott SAARC summit to be held in Pakistan in November over Islamabad’s perceived state-sponsored terrorism.

All three nations have been victims of what they say is Pakistan-sponsored terrorism, India’s media reports.

The three countries will unite to hold a victim of State Sponsored of Terror Conference.

The three countries will reportedly take the lead to create global awareness about Pakistan sponsored terrorism and sources said the three countries will work towards isolating terror in the region.

The move is likely to build pressure on the world to come clean on support to state sponsors of terror.

India, Afghanistan and Bangladesh will also be producing evidence supporting their claim of Pakistan state sponsored terror. The nations will also share the evidence on a public platform globally with world leaders.

After the attack on an army base in Uri of Jammu and Kashmir, top sources in government told India Today that diplomatic talks with Pakistan are likely to be off the table. There may not be any dossier diplomacy.

Sources also said India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given his nod to diplomatically isolate Pakistan at every international grouping in the wake of the Uri attack.

Militants suspected to be from Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) stormed an army base on Sunday killing 17 jawans (soldier). According to Tolo News.

 

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