Source: News Bharati English29 Sep 2016 19:52:22
New Delhi, sept 29: Taking a tough stand against Pakistan over the issue of terrorism, Bangladesh has urged UN for declaring Pakistan terror state. This comes after the recent attack on India by Pakistan sponsored terrorist.
Reiterating India's argument Bangladesh said that, Pakistan should be isolated in the global community as a nation that exports terror to rest of world.
Bangladesh’s scratching reply comes after the Indian government announced pulling out of the SAARC meeting in the wake of Uri attacks in which India blamed that a suspected Jaish-e-Muhammad suicide squad crossed over from across the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir Valley and attacked an Indian Army base killing.
"All heads of state have backed India on Uri. Pakistan found no support in UNGA, the country needs to do soul searching," Ali said, arguing that it was time for India and Bangladesh to work with other states and foster closer ties.
Commenting on the current geopolitical situation Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Syed Muazzem said that, it is for the first time in the history of SAARC, four out of its eight members have decided to boycott the summit scheduled in Islamabad. This is a very strong message. He said it is up to Pakistan to decide how it wants to conduct its future foreign policy.
Warning Pakistan over growing terrorist activities in the region he said that PAK must stop helping terror groups in Bangladesh and stop interfering in internal affairs of the country. He expressed is anger over the recent comments of Pakistan Defence Minister Khwaja M. Asif over the use of nuclear weapons.