Top Pak Army man says India sabotaging CPEC

Hayat said South Asian region was defined by the volatile nature of Pakistan India relations

Pakistan's top Army General today alleged that India has established a special intelligence cell at a cost of Dollars 500 million to sabotage the strategic China- Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), according to a media report.

Chairman Senate Committee on Defence and Parliamentary Committee on China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed Tuesday said Pakistan would become hub of regional connectivity as CPEC would put it on a centre stage due to new energy infrastructure and trade routes.

However, he added, India was perpetrating terrorism in Pakistan through Taliban, Baloch separatists and RAW.

Speaking about India's growing aggression toward's Pakistan, he said: "I believe India continues to engage Pakistan through an asymmetric strategy and ploys".

He accused India of stoking "chaos and anarchy" in the region, Pakistan's state-run APP news agency reported. By doing so, the General said, India was playing with fire and peace in South Asia.

'One Tree Hill' cast, crew, publish open letter about showrunner Mark Schwahn
Hear! Hear! Chad Michael Murray and James Lafferty have also weighed in on this scandal. I know he did more but not to me so they're not my stories to share", she wrote.

Fans react to Lord of the Rings TV show announcement
That was a winning formula for attracting Hollywood talent, awards and buzz, though not Prime subscribers around the world. It's important to note that it won't follow the events of the Lords of the Rings , but rather it is based on J.R.R.

Our smartwatch could detect hypertension and sleep apnea, a new study reveals
Researchers have found the Apple watch can be successfully used for precise detection of hypertension and sleep apnea. Sleep apnea can prove to be deadly when a person may stop breathing while sleeping leading to death.

He added: "It is even making an endeavour to subsume conventional methods, such as surgical strikes - phantom or otherwise - into the realm of sub-conventional war".

Against Pakistan, the general said, India and so far martyred 1,000 citizens of the country and 300 soldiers. "These moves of India can result in a major war at any time", he said.

Moreover, the general said, havens of terrorists on the Afghan soil were also a matter of grave concern.

He noted that Pakistan had been hosting the largest refugee population - 3.5 million people - from Afghanistan for the longest period.

Nevertheless, Pakistan wishes for lasting peace in Afghanistan, General Zubair said. Therefore, in view of the circumstances, Pakistan will keep minimum nuclear deterrence, he added.

Related:

Comments

Latest news

What's in Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. (APD) After Touching Record High?
The basic materials company reported $1.76 EPS for the quarter, beating the Thomson Reuters' consensus estimate of $1.68 by $0.08. Farmers & Merchants Investments Inc. boosted its holdings in shares of Air Products and Chemicals by 0.8% in the 3rd quarter.

England coach Jones sorry for Argentina outburst
Jones is managing the pair's game time at the end of a busy year for club (Saracens), country and the British and Irish Lions. England's Lydia Thompson was among the nominees for the women's award.

Didier Drogba announces the date of his retirement
The Chelsea legend - now at United Soccer League side Phoenix Rising - says he will hang up his boots at the end of the season. When speaking to RMC Sport , Drogba revealed that next season will likely be his last.

Dick's Sporting Goods slides as it warns on margins
The sporting goods retailer reported $0.30 earnings per share for the quarter, topping the consensus estimate of $0.26 by $0.04. The value of the investment in (DKS) decreased from $5,297,000 to $4,828,000 a change of $469,000 since the last quarter.

India's export drops; trade deficit widened to $14 billion in October
In October, petroleum, engineering and chemicals exports grew by 14.74 per cent, 11.77 per cent and 22.29 per cent, respectively. Trade deficit increased to $3.04 billion in October 2017, higher by 35.88 percent over $2.2 billion for the same a year before.

Lebron James: "Deshaun Watson should be a Brown"
The Cleveland Browns had three first-round picks in the 2017 NFL Draft, but they chose to use none of them on a quarterback. Cleveland, however, opted to trade that pick to the Houston Texans , who selected Watson in the spot instead.

Tesla is a 'hotbed for racist behavior,' black workers say in suit
The Palo Alto-based company employs around 33,000 employees, but has so far shied away from releasing the diversity statistics. After filing a written complaint with human resources, Vaughn was sacked last month for " not having a positive attitude ".

Apple Becomes World's Top Wearable Manufacturer, Claims New Report
The new Apple Watch Series 3 was only on sale the last 10 days of that quarter, but still apparently had a big impact on sales. Estimates from Canalys suggest that unit sales nearly hit 4 million for Apple Watch in the third quarter.

USA directly supports IS terrorists in Syria - Russian Defense Ministry
The ministry also said that the coalition's aviation tried to disturb Russia's Aerospace Forces near Abu Kamal to ensure safe exit of terrorists.

It's possible to obtain root access on OnePlus phones without unlocking
OnePlus has been alerted to the exploit and CEO Carl Pei has confirmed that the company is looking into it. Alderson, with the help of cybersecurity experts, was able to root a OnePlus device with a few commands.

Kim Kardashian Exposes Savage Tweet From Kanye West Aimed At Jimmy Kimmel
Though West's Twitter account is now deactivated, you can read reports about the 2013 Twitter feud between West and Kimmel. Neither is David Letterman "-was to say, "I'd have to go along with both of those".

Sainsbury's share price: Group becomes fastest-growing 'Big Four' supermarket
Morrison Supermarkets PLC's (MRW.LN) market share fell to 10.4%, from 10.5%, with sales increasing by 2.1% to GBP2.71 billion. Sainsbury's is the fastest growing of the "big 4" supermarkets.

Connected toys have 'worrying' security issues
Which? found that there was no authentication required between the toys and the devices they could link with via Bluetooth. Which? found someone could hack the toy via its unsecured Bluetooth connection and make it play their own voice messages.

Fuming Cristiano Ronaldo shocks Real Madrid: SELL ME!
Reports also suggest that Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is not willing to let go Ronaldo. Ronaldo would like to leave on June 30 and has made his intentions clear to the Madrid hierarchy.

New Super Smash Bros Trademark Might Be Hinting At New SSB Game?
However, with Nintendo taking a lot of time in announcing Super Smash Bros . for the Nintendo Switch, it could mean two things. The rumors about Super Smash Bros . for Switch emerged from January 2016, when the console still had the Nintendo NX codename.

Other news