India paid $820,000 to TTP for terrorism in Pakistan: DG ISPR
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has presented undeniable evidence of Indian sponsorship of terrorism in the country in a press conference conducted by foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and DG Inter-Services Public Relations Major General Babar Iftikhar.
“We have information and evidence on which we can say that India is promoting state terrorism,” the foreign minister said in a startling development.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi Tweeted, “This one sided narrative ends today. For too long India has gotten away with state sponsored terrorism & cultivating seeds of hatred across the border. Today we presented irrefutable evidence to the world on Indian state’s insatiable appetite for terrorism, violence & instability”.
Qureshi added, “Today we have irrefutable facts that we will present before the nation and the international community through this dossier.
“The world knows that when Pakistan was busy and partnering in world peace, India was surrounding Pakistan with a web of terrorism.”
Qureshi said that it was no longer an option for Pakistan to stay silent since India was adamant on destabilising the region under Modi’s fascist policies.
DG ISPR Major General Babr Iftikhar held that India was trying to establish a consortium of Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan (TTP) with proscribed dissident organisations of Balochistan united under the banner of Baloch Raaji Aajoie Sangar (BRAS) constituted in 2018.
Using terrorism and terrorist groups to further their foreign policy goals, India has violated the UN charter and various other international laws by sponsoring terrorism in Pakistan.
A dossier which includes irrefutable evidence of India’s terrorist activities reflects that an Indian intelligence operator, who goes by the name of ‘Colonel Rajnesh’ and is presently employed at the Indian embassy in Afghanistan is leading terrorist operations in Pakistan.
A letter in Dari exposes how Colonel Rajnesh has held four meetings with the leaders of terrorist groups in order to unite different terrorist organisation to attack Pakistan in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.
DG ISPR Iftikhar said that RAW and other Indian intelligence agencies were also trying to establish ISIS or Daesh in Pakistan.
“Recently, 20 Indian Daesh militants were relocated from India to camps along the Pak-Afgan border. These militants were handed over to Daesh Commander Sheikh Abdul Rahim alias Abdul Rehman Muslim Dost.”
“RAW made two transactions to promote terrorism in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa – both transactions were made through Indian banks. A sum of $28,000 was transferred through Punjab Bank India, and another amount of $55,851 was sent by an Indian national Manmeet via New Delhi to Afghanistan International Bank.
“A letter in Dari reflects that India paid $820,000 to TTP leadership through its collaborators,” said the DG ISPR.