New Delhi, Nov.21 (ANI): A defence expert, P.K. Sehgal, has said that he is not at all surprised by the statement made by Sartaj Aziz, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs, on India’s alleged involvement in creating unrest in Pakistan.
Sehgal said on Saturday that sooner than later Pakistan would stand totally exposed in the most unimpeachable manner.
“This statement of Sartaz Aziz should not surprise the Indian Government. Pakistan consistently has been in a denial mode. However, the decision of the U.S. Government to make available David Coleman Headley to Indian courts would bring out the evidence and connectivity of Pakistan in a major way,” he added.
Aziz has said the dossiers on India’s alleged involvement in Pakistan’s unrest have no ‘material evidence’ but only narrative to protect witnesses.
According to the Dawn, Aziz said the dossiers instead contained the ‘pattern and narrative’ of Indian involvement while testifying before the committee.
He said that the dossiers have been meticulously prepared, but material evidence cannot be shared for the sake of protecting the sources.
Aziz also maintained that the proofs could have only been provided to others in the narrative shape.
A special TADA court had earlier made Pakistan-born American terror operative David Coleman Headley, an accused in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack case, and asked him to appear before the court through video links on December 10.
Headley, accused of conducting a special reconnaissance of targets before the Mumbai terror attack, was sentenced to 35 years’ imprisonment by a US court. He had entered into a plea bargaining agreement with the US government. (ANI)