Indian Probe Agencies Should have Gone to Pakistan to Investigate Pathankot Attack: Kejriwal

In the Delhi Assembly, the AAP MLAs disrupted the House which led to an adjournment for 30 minutes.

Published: 28th March 2016 09:34 PM  |   Last Updated: 28th March 2016 10:17 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of "surrendering" to Pakistan by allowing its investigators to probe the Pathankot attack and said instead Indian probe agencies should have gone to that country where "actual masterminds are sitting".

India is saying that Pathankot terror attack was Pakistan-sponsored and in this situation, how can ISI probe against itself?, he asked.

"We are saying that Pathankot terror attack was Pakistan-sponsored. If it was Pakistan-sponsored attack, how can ISI probe against itself?. India is the major victim of the terror attacks and masterminds, who are actual players, are sitting in Pakistan.

"Instead of ISI and Pakistan Army coming, Indian's probe agency R&AW, Army should have gone to Pakistan. Hafiz Saeed is not in India, but in Pakistan," Kejriwal said.

He further said Indian's probe agency should have gone to Pakistan to interrogate Hafiz Saeed, but we are allowing Pakistan's agency to probe the January terror attack on the IAF base in Pathankot.

"We are even saying that 26/11 Mumbai terror attack had been carried out by terrorists who came from Pakistan. The ISI, which had sent terrorists to India for carrying out terror attacks here, has come to India today to gather evidences against itself in Pathankot terror attack. What is Indian government doing ?," he said.

"The Modi government has completely surrendered to Pakistan and we don't know what is the reason behind it. Prime Minister Narendra Modi should give answer to the people of country as to why he has surrendered before the Pakistan," the Delhi Chief Minister said.

In the Delhi Assembly, the AAP MLAs led by Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra disrupted the House which led to an adjournment for 30 minutes.

Mishra said said that we will not tolerate the Centre's move to allow Pakistan's ISI to come to India to probe the Pathankot terror attack.


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