JeM back with online magazine: Swamy slams ‘puppet’ Pakistan

New Delhi: With Jaish-e-Muhammad journal al-Qalam resuming its online publication, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Friday alleged that the government in Islamabad is a puppet with all powers in the hands of the army and ISI.

Swamy told ANI that the relevance of the civil society in Pakistan is zero.

“Pakistan’s civil society is zero, has no power, no standing. The government is a puppet government. It is the military or the ISI or militants who take decisions,” he added.

Eight weeks after the Pathankot terror attack, the militant group has yet again revived its online site which was taken off the web by the Pakistan Government.

Jaish’s online portal became accessible even as External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj announced in Pokhara that Pakistani joint investigation team would arrive in India on March 27 and commence its investigation in the Pathankot terror attack. (ANI)