ISPR Presents Evidence Of Terror Network Sponsored By India
DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar told the media on Saturday that Pakistan had “irrefutable facts” about Indian efforts to sabotage China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) that would be presented before the nation and international community.
In a joint press conference, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and DG ISPR said that India was supporting terrorism in Pakistan.
FM Qureshi and DG ISPR presented a dossier which contained audio clips, videos and documentary evidences that showed the Indian involvement in supporting terrorism in Pakistan.
“You can see a pattern of constant ceasefire violations,” said the foreign minister while adding that the evidences presented in the dossier will be used at a suitable time.
He also said that India cannot tolerate Pakistan’s success against terrorism. “Indian intelligence agencies are today supporting terrorist groups defeated and outlawed by Pakistan.” Qureshi stated in the press conference.
FM Qureshi warned that the coming days could see an upsurge in the terrorist incidents and urban centres could be targeted by terrorists trained and harboured by the Indian intelligence agencies.
He claimed that Indian agencies had distributed Rs 22 billion to create instability in Pakistan.
Qureshi further stated that India had established a cell to disrupt the CPEC and a sum of Rs 80bn had been allocated for that.
“There are also reports that India has established a 700-strong militia to target CPEC projects.” Shah Mehmood Qureshi added.
Qureshi also warned that New Delhi was trying to promote subversive activities in Gilgit-Baltistan through sub-nationalists.
Military Spokesperson Babar Iftikhar also said that the recent upsurge in violent attacks was a direct result of India’s “intensified engagements with all brands of terrorists, sub-nationalists and dissident’s operating against Pakistan”.
“After the unification of TTP with its breakaway factions (JuA and HuA) in August 2020, India is endeavouring to establish a consortium of TTP with proscribed dissident organisations of Balochistan (BLA, BLF and BRA) which are already united under the banner of BRAS (Baloch Raaji Aajoie Sangar) constituted in 2018”, DG ISPR claimed.
Maj Gen Iftikhar named Indian intelligence officer colonel Rajesh who is employed at Indian Embassy in Afghanistan as the master planner of terrorist activities in Pakistan.
He also said that India is trying to establish a link between the militant Islamic State and Pakistan by creating ‘Daesh-e-Pakistan’.
“Recently, 30 Indian Daesh militants were relocated from India to various camps along Pakistan-Afghanistan border by two Indian intelligence agencies operatives.” Iftikhar informed the media.
He also stated while referring to Financial Action Task Force (FATF) that India is lobbying against Pakistan to undermine Pakistan’s achievements and create conditions for blacklisting of Pakistan.