ISLAMABAD: The involvement of Indian spy agency RAW – Research and Analysis Wing – in Quetta carnage could not be ruled out, said Foreign Office on Thursday. Utv Pakistan Report
In a weekly briefing, Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria also categorically rejected Indian allegations of infiltration.
The spokesman went on to say reaction of international community is pouring in over Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir, adding that OIC, UN and international NGOs and various countries have expressed their concerns over the Kashmir issue.
Talking about the stranded Pakistanis in Saudi Arabia, he remarked there is no link of Saudi government to their miseries. The problems were created by the private companies there, he added.
However, those Pakistanis having visa are now permitted to work in Saudi Arabia, he said.
Commenting on the arrest of blacklisted US national Mathew Barret, Nafees Zakaria said investigations regarding issuance of visa to him were underway.