Indian leader suspects Mossad-CIA handiwork in Mumbai blasts to derail Indo-Pak dialogue
ndian leader on Sunday suspected Mossad-CIA handiwork in Mumbai serial blasts that killed 20 people and injured more than 100.
In an exclusive interview with IRNA, Asif Mohd Khan, MLA of Delhi Assembly said: Israeli and American intelligence agencies connections cant be ruled out in coordinated bomb attacks at three different locations on Wednesday evening in Indias business capital, Mumbai.
While explaining his suspicion, Indian lawmaker was of the view that Mossad and CIA wanted to derail the on-going dialogue process between India and Pakistan, which was stalled after 2008 Mumbai attack in which 166 persons were killed by 10 gunmen.
They (Mossad-CIA) wanted to destabilize the region by driving India and Pakistan to war with each other. Somehow they have succeeded in destabilizing Pakistan and now wanted to create instability in India also, Asif noted.
And thereby they want to drag India further into the deadly embrace of their imperialism, he added.
Indian leader while condemning the inhuman attacks, appreciated Indias stand through which the Mumbai bomb blasts will have no impact on the peace talks with Pakistan scheduled later this month.
Expressing grief at the incident and condoling the bereaved families of the victims, Asif urged the government to conduct a high-level inquiry into the blasts to bring the culprits to justice.
He also urged the peace loving nations not only to condemn this inhuman act in simple words, but stand up for a collective fight against the menace and the hegemonic policies of the US and Israel, which pose threat to the stability of the region in particular and the whole world in general.
Terror struck Mumbai on Wednesday evening when three near simultaneous blasts ripped through crowded areas killing at least 20 people and injuring more than hundred in a grim reminder of the deadly November 2008 Mumbai attack in which 166 persons were killed by 10 terrorists.