Terrorism in India
In August 2008, National Security Advisor M K Narayanan has said that there are as many as 800 terrorist cells operating in the country. 
India has been accused by the Government of Pakistan of funding, supporting and arming designated anti-state terrorist or militant groups in Pakistan, as well of having direct involvement or links in many terrorist attacks inside the country, throughout multiple occasions in history. [self-published source? ] During the Soviet war in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 1980s, the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) of India was blamed of possible involvement in the planning and execution of several terrorist incidents inside Pakistan to “deter Pakistani support of the Afghan liberation movement against India’s ally, the Soviet Union. [self-published source? ] In particular, it was believed to have provided assistance to the KGB intelligence agency, which at the time was believed to have a considerable network of terrorist activities inside Pakistani cities.  Intelligence reports during the time suggested that several training camps had been simultaneously established in Indian Punjab; these camps were accused of providing training to anti-Pakistan elements.
Several small-scale terrorist incidents that occurred in Pakistani cities such as Peshawar, Lahore, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Rawalpindi and Sheikhupura during the mid 1990s were attributed to the “clandestine activities” of the Indian intelligence agency. [self-published source? ] The then-Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif and many senior ministers within the Pakistani government condemned India for the upsurge of terrorist incidents, as well as for having a hand in sporadic Sunni-Shi’a sectarian conflicts in the country. 1][self-published source?