Pakistan’s Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said government has presented credible evidence of Indian involvement in Balochistan.
“Both countries need to stop the blame game jointly resolve to move aside these roadblocks and move forward with a clear-cut agenda,” he told The Guardian during an interview.
he warned that distrustful “security agencies” in both Pakistan and India were one of the two main “blockages” holding back plans to liberalise trade, which the Sharifs believe will provide a desperately needed boost to Pakistan’s moribund economy.
“Security agencies on both sides need to really understand that in today’s world, a security-led vision is obviously driven by economic security,” he said. “Unless you have economic security then you can’t have general security.”