Javed Iqbal

In Pakistan, the bloodshed of innocent people has been going on for a long time. Pakistan’s Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said during a press conference that India is spending millions of dollars on terrorism in Pakistan by using its territory to create chaos in Pakistan. The real need is that there is an urgent need to put this disgusting face of India in front of the world. For which strong lobbying is needed at the international level. It has been the tragedy of our governments that they could not put their stand in front of the world in a proper manner. India has been committing atrocities in Kashmir for a long time. But our governments have not been able to take the world into confidence even on this.

What is needed is that we have to pay attention to our foreign policy. Otherwise, the way India is lobbying against Pakistan in the world, it will be very difficult to fight against it. India does not miss any opportunity to isolate Pakistan globally. Along with spreading internal terrorism in Pakistan, India is lobbying hard to declare Pakistan as a terrorist country at the international level. India’s extremist government and extremist organizations never want Pakistan to develop. It is using various tactics to establish its influence in Afghanistan.  If we review Indian terrorism in the past, the details of which have been published in the domestic and foreign media, then some of the details are as follows. According to the details on March 3, 2016, Jadhav was arrested inside Balochistan in Mashkel near the border region of Chaman. He was arrested during a counter-intelligence raid conducted by security forces. Pakistani security forces reported Jadhav as a serving officer in the Indian Navy and stated that he was commissioned to the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), India’s external intelligence agency. They believed him to be involved in subversive activities in Balochistan and Karachi.

Similarly, Sarabjit Singh was arrested in Lahore for involvement in a series of bombings in markets and public places in Faisalabad, Lahore, and Multan in 1990. Unlike Kashmir Singh and Surjeet Singh, who were spies, Sarabjit was a terror agent, a bomb maker with a mission to kill Pakistani civilians, spread panic and instability in Pakistani cities, recruit and organize local cells for the Indian spy agency, and train recruits to execute bombings in cities. Moreover, India established links to terror groups collectively known as TTP, or the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, which specialized in killing Pakistani civilians and soldiers. The TTP was kept alive through funding and training in Afghanistan despite coming close several times to being eliminated by the Pakistani military. The TTP was being used in a war of attrition against the Pakistani military and the Pakistani state. Chief of Army Staff at that time, General Ashfaq Kayani, bluntly accused unnamed “enemies in the region” of using TTP against Pakistan, in his keynote address at a Martyrs’ Day ceremony on April 30, 2013.

Indian acts of terrorism are also well-documented in Kashmir, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. As the events of 1971 indicated, no neighbor of India is safe from a possible, unprovoked, Indian invasion or military action if circumstances allow.

India also does not miss any opportunity to weaken Pakistan. CPEC, which is the guarantor of the prosperity of entire Asia, to thwart this, India is trying to create a large-scale terrorist network to destabilize Pakistan internally.  From it is estimated that India is planning large-scale terrorism in Pakistan in the future. What is needed now is that we have to expose India’s steps to violate the internal sovereignty of Pakistan at the global level. And the international world has to be convinced that India is a dangerous country for world peace. If we do not do this, our country’s freedom, peace, and the lives and property of Pakistani citizens will be in danger. Because India can attack the sovereignty and internal situation of Pakistan at any time for its interest.

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