India rejects charges of RAW involvement in Karachi consulate attack


Pakistani police on January 11 accused Indian spy agency RAW of being involved in the November terrorist attack on the Chinese consulate in Karachi, a charge rejected by India as “fabricated and scurrilous”.

Karachi police said they have arrested five suspects from a separatist Baloch group for the November 23 attack on the Chinese consulate that killed four people, which they claimed was carried out to “sabotage” the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

At a press conference, Karachi police chief Amir Sheikh said the men arrested confessed to their role in facilitating the three attackers, who were also killed during the attack on the consulate. Read More

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