ISLAMABAD - Former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf has blamed India for the dastardly attack in which over 140 people mostly schoolchildren were killed in Peshawar by the Taliban.

“Do you know who is Maulana Fazlullah? He is the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan commander.

He is in Afghanistan. And I am reasonably sure that he was supported by former Karzai government and RAW to carry out terror attacks in Pakistan,” Musharraf told CNN-IBN in an exclusive interview.  The former Pakistan president said the perpetrators of the crime were those trained by India.

Taliban’s commander was supported by Afghanistan and India to carry out terrorist attack in Pakistan, Musharraf said.  

At least 133 students and nine staffers were killed when the attackers wearing para-military Frontier Corps uniforms stormed the Army Public School on Warsak Road and started indiscriminate firing on them on Tuesday.