India's hand in PNS Mehran attack: Pakistani paper - World - DNA The May 22 terrorist attack on Karachiâ€™s Mehran Naval Station was conceived and launched by India with the primary objective of killing the Chinese engineers present there, a Pakistani newspaper has claimed, citing â€œinformed sourcesâ€. Four to six Taliban terrorists had entered PNS Mehran on May 22, destroying two maritime surveillance aircraft and killing ten military personnel during their 17-hour siege of the naval air base. â€œIndia is the only country in the region that feels troubled by the Pakistan Navy, which had awfully beaten the Indian Navy in Operation Dwarka of 1965. Since then, it has been an earnest desire of India to harm the Pakistan Navy but it was perhaps not possible on battle front, hence it struck the PNS Mehran,â€ The News quoted sources, as saying. According to it, the sources disclosed that sufficient evidence of the Indian involvement in the attack has been found. The paper quoted sources as saying that Indian access to the terror outfits active in Pakistan through her consulates in Afghanistan has a major threat to internal security of the country. This is the reason that Pakistan has always been voicing concern over opening of an unjustified number of the Indian consulates in the war-ravaged and lawless neighbouring country of Afghanistan, they added. â€œThe attack on the PNS Mehran was conceived by the top secret service of India, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), with the primary objective of killing the Chinese engineers with the destruction of the expensive maritime surveillance aircraft of the Pakistan Navy being the secondary objective,â€ said the sources. â€œThe final goal of such a daring assault was to give an impression to the international community that Pakistan was a highly fragile country vis-Ã -vis its internal security,â€ they added.