Pervez Musharraf accuses India for double standard on terrorism

Photo of former President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf.

Islamabad: Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf accused India for adopting double standard on terrorism by saying that it is not right to give asylum to Baloch leader Brahamdagh Bugti and declared him as terrorist.

Retired General Musharraf comment came after reports came that Bugti has formally sought political asylum in India.

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Musharraf told international news channel, “Bugti is a terrorist and India should not provide him asylum.”

The former Pakistani military dictator accused India of adopting double standards on terrorism.

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“You (India) cannot say your terrorist is a terrorist but our terrorist is not a terrorist,” he said.

Musharraf also denied Pakistan Army’s role in the Uri army camp attack on Sunday, and warned of consequences in case of any militray strike against Pakistan.

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