Pakistan

Rehman Malik urges govt to go to UN against India, Ehsanullah Ehsan

ISLAMABAD: Former interior minister and Chairman Institute of Research and Reforms Senator Rehman Malik has urged the government to go to the United Nations and Interpol against India and Ehsanullah Ehsan. While talking with the newsmen he said that the government should immediately take up the issue with the United Nations and Interpol that India and Ehsanullah Ehsan want to sabotage peace through terrorists and use them against Pakistan. He further said Ehsanullah Ehsan has re-released a video in which he confesses that he had issued the alert. “Now that he has confessed to the crime and the government has evidence of India’s involvement, why doesn’t the government go to the United Nations and Interpol against India and Ehsanullah Ehsan?” he questioned.

 

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