“TTI formed to protect Indian state terrorism against Muslims”

After creating Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), the famous Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) is working on a new “project”: Tehreek-e-Taliban India (TTI), The Express Grandstand learned.

Sources familiar with the development said RAW was seeking to ease pressure on the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “The plan is to cover up Modi’s state terrorism,” they revealed.

Days after the UN reported the presence of its roughly 5,500 fighters in Afghanistan, the TTP launched its Indian chapter, which analysts said was an Indian ploy to target Pakistan and Indian minorities.

The UN Sanctions Monitoring and Analytical Support Team issued a report on February 5, 2022, which stated that “Member States estimate the number of TTP fighters at between 3,000 and 5,500 in Afghanistan, with Noor Wali Mehsud remaining at their head”.

The report, sent to the UN Security Council, also mentioned talks regarding members of the TTP family in Afghanistan who wanted to resettle in Pakistan with the assurance that they would reintegrate peacefully into local communities.

However, a week ago, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed announced that the federal government had dropped the idea of ​​a dialogue with the TTP due to the conditions imposed by the banned organization.

He said the conditions they had set were not acceptable to the government, after which they themselves ended the ceasefire, adding that “we have received indications that the negotiations will not be successful. not”.

Subsequently, the TTP increased terrorist attacks in Pakistan using Afghan soil. Pakistan has reiterated to the previous Afghan government and now the interim Taliban government to eliminate TTP safe havens from their country.

Pakistan had long told the world community that hostile intelligence agencies, especially RAW, had been involved in terrorist activities against Pakistan.

India not only trains the TTP but also supports it by providing arms and immunities against Pakistan. India wants to undermine Afghan peace by attracting more anti-Afghan Taliban recruits to use as a useful asset for terrorist activities in Pakistan.

Not only Pakistan, but the TTP also attacks China’s interests in Pakistan as India’s proxy in its rivalry with the two powers.

Modi’s regime is under heavy pressure from international institutions over its anti-Muslim policies, a glimpse of which can be seen in the ongoing hijab row in the neighboring country.

The ban on the Islamic headscarf or hijab in schools has caused an outcry among Muslims in southern India, with large crowds taking to the streets to protest the restrictions.

The standoff in Karnataka state has galvanized the minority community’s fears over what they say is growing persecution under Prime Minister Modi’s Hindu nationalist government.

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The state apparatus seems powerless against the saffron scarf group. Instead, some ruling party members are issuing statements in defense of the hijab ban, which has encouraged RSS members to provoke the situation.

In one incident in a video widely shared online, a Muslim student wearing a hijab is surrounded by young Hindu men shouting religious slogans as she tries to enter her school in Karnataka.

The announcement of the creation of the TTI was made via a Tweet from an undisclosed location after a meeting. The notorious Indian spy agency had also established the TTP in the same manner and also provided it with technical, financial and military support.

The sources said that RAW organized and launched the TTI to cover up Modi’s state terrorism, adding that a “bloodbath” of Muslims could be seen in India through the TTI and blame would be placed on Pakistan.

They further stated that RAW’s new “project” would promote terrorism and further destabilize the region, harming the peaceful inhabitants of the region.

Thelma J. Longworth