Pak officers behind Indian consulate attack: Afghan Police
New Delhi, Jan 12 (IBNS): A senior Afghan official on Tuesday said that Pakistan Army officers were responsible for the attack on Indian consulate in Afghanistan's Mazar-e-Sharif earlier this month, media reports said.
One Afghan policeman was killed and nine others, including three civilians, were wounded in the attack that coincided with an assault by militants on an Indian airbase in Pathankot.
Sayed Kamal Sadat, the police chief of Balkh province, told media the attackers in Mazar-e-Sharif were well-trained military men “from across the border” who fought Afghan security forces during a 25-hour siege.
“We saw with our own eyes and I can say 99% that those attackers were from Pakistani military and used special tactics while conducting their operation,” Sadat was quoted as saying by Tolo News channel.
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