LAHORE - Member of the National Assembly (MNA) Waheed Aalam Khan on Sunday said that serial killers and terrorists, hired by the country’s enemy, might be involved in the murder incidents of minor girls in Kasur.

Speaking in the `Dialogue’ programme of APP News television, he said that Kasur was a district along the border with India, which was engaged in creating instability in Pakistan, and its involvement in Kasur incidents could not be ruled out.

“The enemy is continuing a war on our eastern and western borders and inside the country to create instability, unrest and chaos. The brutal acts of killing minor girls can be part of its conspiracy,” he added.

Waheed Aalam, however, expressed confidence that the culprits involved in the incidents would be brought to justice soon.

“The administration, law-enforcement agencies and other national institutions are working on the cases and soon the accused would be behind the bars,” he added.

The MNA said that Pakistan’s law enforcement forces were strong enough to capture the agents of the enemy’s intelligence agencies like Kulbhushan, so no criminal could escape for long.

He also condemned continuous violation of Working Boundary by the Indian forces and killing of civilians.

The MNA urged all political parties to join hands for political stability in the country and thwart designs of the enemies of Pakistan.