Indian proxy war against Pakistan must end, says PM Nawaz

03:09 PM | 3 Oct, 2015
Indian proxy war against Pakistan must end, says PM Nawaz
LONDON (Staff Report) - Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday said the Indian proxy war against Pakistan must come to an end and it should reign the intelligence agency RAW.

Talking with media persons on his way back home, the premier stated that Pakistan has raised the issue of Indian involvement at international level and it will have an impact in the near future.

He went on to say that Pakistan has solid evidences of Indian intelligence agency RAW's involvement in subversive activities in the country which has been shared with the United Nations.

While commenting about the statement of Indian foreign minister Sashma Swaraj in which she categorically rejected his four-point peace initiative, Nawaz Sharif said the neighboring country will have to consider his proposals sooner or later.

The PM said he has given concrete proposals with good intent for reduction of tension between the two countries.

Nawaz Sharif said both the countries should adopt a balanced approach as the animosity has only impeded the development process.