Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary Presents Evidence of Indian Involvement in Recent Assassinations

Pakistan's Foreign Secretary Presents Evidence of Indian Involvement in Recent Assassinations
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

The Foreign Secretary of Pakistan claims credible evidence links Indian agents to two assassinations on Pakistani soil, occurring in September and October of the previous year.

Documentary financial and forensic evidence allegedly implicates two Indian agents in orchestrating the assassinations, with a strong call for India to be held accountable.

The Foreign Secretary asserts the extensive nature of the evidence, suggesting that the assassinations were carried out at the behest of the Indian state.

He further notes a similarity in the method used in these Pakistani assassinations to attempts in Canada and the United States, indicating a potential pattern of behavior by the alleged Indian agents.

• Over the past half-year, multiple individuals with suspected connections to Khalistani terrorism have met their demise on international grounds:

1. Hardeep Singh Nijjar: Fatality in Canada
2. Happy Sanghera: Deceased in Italy
3. Avtar Khanda: Loss of life in the UK
4. Harvinder Rinda: Demise in Lahore
5. Parmjit Panjwar: Passing in Lahore
6. Khalid Raza: Fatal incident in Karachi

On October 11th, unidentified assailants in Sialkot, Pakistan, eliminated Shahid Latif, a Jaish terrorist wanted by India, who was purportedly the mastermind behind the Pathankot terror attack.

On October 21st, the founder of Lashkar-e-Jabbar and a close associate of Masood Azhar, and India’s most wanted figure, was reportedly assassinated by unidentified individuals in North Waziristan, and on 15th November Mohammad Muzamil, a member of Lashkar-e-Taiba, along with his associate Naeemur Rehman at Khokhran Chowk in Pasrur tehsil, Pakistan.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *