India’s grotesque attempt in Afghanistan to erase state terrorism



A regional security dialogue on Afghanistan hosted by India stinks of the country’s desperate attempts to erase its “nefarious use of foreign policy as a tool of state terrorism,” experts said Tuesday.

According to an India Today report, India will host the Delhi Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan on November 10 (Wednesday), which will be chaired by Indian National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval.

However, security experts point to the irony inherent in holding the dialogue, saying the host nation carries the baggage to manipulate neighboring countries using Afghan soil.

In September, Pakistan presented a dossier on acts of terrorism supported by India and perpetrated from Afghanistan. The 131-page file contained details of contacts between Indian intelligence agencies and terrorist groups, including Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, the Baluch Liberation Army and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, as well as relevant evidence under the form of bank transactions worth millions of dollars, documents and audio clips.

The revelations made in the case have also been corroborated and confirmed by world leaders. In 2011, a former US Secretary of Defense told the audience at Cameron University in Oklahoma that “India has used Afghanistan for a time as a second front, and India has funded over the years. n Pakistan’s problems on this side of the border ”.

In addition, Indian officials and military personnel have also admitted India’s role in using terrorism as a foreign policy tool against Pakistan. These include the late Indian Minister of Defense Manohar Parrikar and (retired) Major Gaurav Arya, who publicly admitted on a TV show that he was involved in fomenting instability in Balochistan. .

Decades earlier, India seized the American invasion of neighboring Pakistan as an opportunity to spread lawlessness and instability, fueling sectarian and ethnic tensions in Pakistan.

Earlier this year, BuzzFeed News released a wealth of secret government documents, showing how many of the world’s largest banks and other financial institutions are transferring billions of dollars in suspicious transactions on behalf of drug cartels, money launderers and terrorist groups.

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He revealed that 44 Indian banks and financial institutions were involved in hundreds of “top secret suspicious activity reports (SAR)” by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCen) – an agency of the US Treasury Department – have been charged with fight against money laundering, terrorist financing and financial fraud.

Grim campaign against Pakistan

Likewise, a report released by EU DisinfoLab showed that India sponsored terrorism in Pakistan and simultaneously launched a global campaign against it, in addition to waging an information war and manipulating global public opinion.

The report notes that India has waged a sinister campaign against Pakistan and illegally occupied Indian Jammu and Kashmir since 2005.

To legitimize its account, India has registered the domains of over 500 websites. He also set up 750 bogus media outlets in 116 countries that peddled the Indian narrative, spewed relentless lies against Pakistan, spread negative information about the China-Pakistan economic corridor to undermine it, and cast Pakistan as a godfather state of the terrorism.

Nonetheless, experts believe India has now lost a safe haven for fomenting instability in Pakistan following the Taliban government’s takeover of Afghanistan.


Thelma J. Longworth