RAWALPINDI: Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Lt. General Asim Saleem Bajwa has said that a gang had been busted a couple of days ago that belonged to India.
While talking to a private news channel on Tuesday, he said that the gang was busted when its members were exchanging information. The captured gang was involved in carrying out terrorist activities and distributing cash in the country.
Bajwa said that the stance of Pakistan on the ongoing tension with Afghanistan was clear. He said our biggest issue is the 2,600-km-long insecure border with Afghanistan and whatever talks were being held were in the ambit of border management.
The DG ISPR said that two points had surfaced during talks at political leadership, Foreign Office and military level. The first point was to adopt regular mechanism at the crossing point and the second was checking of Afghan refugees and their respectable return. He said that intelligence agencies had been carrying out different actions for quite some time from the Afghan soil.
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