CPI accuses Pak NSA of using hostile language against India

New Delhi, Sept.9 : Communist Party of India (CPI) leader D Raja on Wednesday accused Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz for using hostile language, which was unfriendly for both India and Pakistan.

“It is unwarranted on the part of Sartaj Aziz, because earlier, he went to the media making provocative statements and was one of the people responsible for breaking off the national security advisory-level talks.” Raja told ANI.

“Sartaj Aziz goes on making such positions, and maybe he represents the views of Pakistani army, not the Pakistani civilian government,” he added.

“I am not getting into the internal politics of Pakistan but we don’t know the authority of Pakistan’s PM Nawaz Sharif and its Civilian Government,” he said. (ANI)