Nadeem Nusrat, an activist from Pakistan, stated that the army has become “radicalised” and is “supporting jihadist groups”.He stated: “In last few decades, Pakistani Army has become radicalised and has been supporting jihadist groups to attack minorities and activists in the country.
“The Pakistani soil has been used to plan and launch major terror attacks.
“The providers and facilitators of terror sanctuaries in Pakistan must be held accountable by the UN and all peace-loving nations.”
Mr Nusrat continued to attack the nuclear armed nation for its behaviour and hinted that its military could cease to exist if it was at peace with its South Asian neighbour.He went on: “Pakistan Army’s existence is based on continuous hostility with India.
“Once you take this away from the equation, it will be difficult for Pakistan Army to justify its existence.”
As tensions along the LoC mount and fears of World War 3 grow, Mr Nusrat emphasised that Pakistan and India will not have good relations if the former’s army meddles in politics.
The stark warning comes as it was confirmed China had sold Islamabad a tracking system that could speed up missile development.Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) made the announcement that will surely bolster the nuclear-armed nations devastating arsenal.
Zheng Mengwei, a researcher from the state-run CAS, stated that the technology will give Pakistan “a pair of eyes”.
Following the tragic death of the Indian family that found themselves involved in the incident, a New Delhi Defence Spokesman said: “Pakistan began heavy unprovoked firing around 7.45am which lasted for four hours.“Pakistan forces fired automatic and small arms and mortars, and targeted civilian localities deep inside Indian territory — 3 to 4 kilometres from the Line of Control (LoC).
“There is no army deployment or any installation in the area.”