An Indian diplomat – arrested in Germany for suspicious activities defying diplomatic norms; GPKSC

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Altaf Hamid Rao.

MIRPUR (AJK):  (Parliament Times)  United Kingdom-based Pak-Kashmir Diaspora’s representative outfit – the Global Pakistan Kashmir Supreme Council Thursday disclosed that in Germany a Frankfurt-based Indian Consulate official allegedly in form of the Indian secret Agency RAW (Research and Analysis Wing) agent has been arrested by the local law enforcement agencies of Germany for indulging in suspicious activities defying all moral and diplomatic norms.

Disclosing that Chairman of the Global Pak Kashmir Supreme Council Raja Sikander Khan & President of the organisation Kala Khan told a joint media conference and the central executive office bearers of the GPKSC at the organization’s Head Office in London on Thursday quoting authentic reports reaching from Frankfurt that the arrested RAW agent might be sentenced to 15 years imprisonment once proven guilty, says a press release reaching and released to the media here Thursday night from the United Kingdom.

The GPKSC Chairman Raja Sikander Khan and the President Kala Khan further told media that 04 of the Indian officials of Indian Consulate Frankfurt have been advised to leave Germany due to their suspicious activities in that country. “These four Indian diplomats were identified as Vice Consular Raj Kumar Doghal, Punkaj Kumar, Parbarkar and Tarphati”, The GPKSC leaders said, according to the report.

The GPKSC Chairman further revealed that German Authority’s were looking for another RAW agent, involved in suspicious activities. “It is believed that 04 of the Indian RAW agents were engaged in the suspicious and objectionable activities defying the diplomatic norms in Germany. “So far they have arrested 03 of the Indian RAW agents as they were engaged in damaging the Kashmir freedom and & Khalistan movements allegedly launched by the Germany based freedom-monger Kashmiris and Sikhs struggle for the liberation of Indian Illegally occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJK) from Indian clutches and the separate Sikh home land – Khalistan, through getting their Sikh-majority areas from the Indian yoke, he added.

The GPKSC leaders recalled that in 2015 the German Authorities had arrested and Indian origin-German national identified as Balbir Singh Sidhu and the Four Indian RAW agents whom were serving Indian Consulate in Frankfurt with assignment of of sending information about the movements for liberation of Indian occupied Jammu Kashmir & Khalistan Movement’s besides the German-based Kashmiris and Sikhs engaged in highlighting the Human Rights violations in IIOJK, to the Indian Authorities in India.

“The German based Kashmiris and Sikhs engaged in highlighting the human rights abuses in IIOJK and the Sikh-majority areas in India, were targeted of severe manhandling and beating with pressure to tell their family members in Germany to stop highlighting India’s human rights violations in the turbulent IIOJ&K state and Punjab”, the GPKSC leaders revealed.
Quoting the concerned German authorities, the GPKSC Chairman Raja Sikander Khan said that the Indian RAW agents were engaged in various foreign countries in collecting and gathering information about the freedom monger Kashmiris hailing from IIOJK and Sikhs from Indian East Punjab engaged in highlighting the Indian human rights violations in IIOJK besides promoting Kashmir & Khalistan movements.

Raja Sikander Khan & President GPKSC Kala Khan underlined that India was biggest human rights violator and terrorist country in the world where there were over 27 freedom movements were going on at present.

They said that fascist Prime Minister Narindra Modi – led Indian Government and it’s media, instead of trying to make the world fool, should think about the solution of the issues including the global issued of Jammu & Kashmir, by sitting with the concerned stake holders including the leadership of the freedom movements paving the way from early the right of self determination especially to the people of the internationally-acknowledged disputed Jammu and Kashmir state and the Sikhs, struggling from the emergence of their separate homeland Khalistan, the message concluded.

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