India Instigating Terrorism in Pakistan

Foreign Office Spokesperson

Baaghi TV: Foreign Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui has said India has fuelled terrorism in Pakistan by providing training, financial aid and material aid, to terrorist groups in order to kill innocent Pakistanis.

While answering the questions of journalists in Islamabad today, she said that India is taking advantage of the long-term conflict in our neighbouring country. Under the United Nations Sanctions List, Pakistan has nominated four Indian citizens last year because they were organising terrorism by providing financial, technical and material help to terrorist groups in Pakistan including Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan and Jamaat-ul-Ahrar.

She said that we are disappointed that Pakistan’s proposal to include Venumadhav Dongara in the list of terrorists was objected to. Spokesperson Foreign Office said that Indian terrorists include Venumadhav Dongara, Ajay Mistri, Gobind Apat Naik, and Angra Apajee. Indian terrorists are involved in financial help, organisation, and support of terrorist activities in Pakistan.

It should be clear that once again India, America, and various allies are demonstrating their acrimony towards Pakistan. According to reports, after the restriction on Pakistan’s attempt to include an Indian citizen working in Afghanistan as international terrorist under United Nations Security Council Resolution 1267, the country has taken a big hit from the UN.

Indian media is claiming that Pakistan failed to provide evidence for this Indian citizen being a terrorist, at the forum. It has also been said that America has helped India in foiling Pakistan’s attempts. This is why America played such an important role in blocking the declaration and in preventing other countries from voting

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