RAW-NDS nexus in Afghanistan behind Dasu Terrorist Attack. This is revealed in the latest investigations behind the heinous terrorist attack. The terrorist attack took place on 14 July 2021. Resultantly, a total of 9 Chinese and 3 Pakistani nationals lost their lives. One more Chinese national succumbed to his injuries later.
After the attacks, both China and Pakistan condemned it in the strongest possible terms. Moreover, the Pakistan authorities have conducted thorough investigations of the incident and shared the findings with the Chinese side at every stage. The investigations have reached important findings during the process to find the exact culprits.
The investigators share that the network involved in the terrorist attack was supported and facilitated by RAW-NDS nexus in Afghanistan. Secondly, the Swat chapter of TTP executed the terrorist attack on behest of Hostile Intelligence Agencies (HIAs).
Most importantly, the planning for the terrorist attack was done in Afghanistan, with provision of material support as well. The vehicle used in VBIED attack was brought from Afghanistan to Pakistan. The suicide bomber, Khalid Sheikh, was trained in Afghanistan and brought to Pakistan to carry out the attack.
Afghanistan Support for Dasu Investigations
Some of those involved in the attack have been arrested, while others are at large in Afghanistan. Thus, an MLA (Mutual Legal Assistance) request is being made to the Afghanistan Government. Further investigation is in progress to find all those involved in this cowardly attack.
In its official message, the Government of Pakistan reiterates its strong commitment to apprehend all those responsible for this heinous crime and bring them to justice. “We would not allow any hostile force to undermine the iron-clad friendship between Pakistan and China,” claims the official statement.
On several occasions, Pakistani authorities claim that the source of terrorist attacks in Pakistan have ties to India and Afghanistan. The Pakistani authorities have shared evidence and proves with international partners. However, these claims are often neglected for unknown reasons.