Pakistan, which runs a terrorist factory in Jammu and Kashmir, has now done another trick to evade the FATF and neutralize the attack on former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The Pakistani military, which encouraged the terrorists, alleged that the Indian intelligence agency RAW was paying 1 crore rupees to carry out a suicide bombing in Pakistan. At the same time, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, who harbors terrorists from all over the world, has claimed that there is anecdotal evidence of the spread of terrorism in India and that he will share it with the international community. .
Pakistani army spokesman Major General Babar Iftikhar claimed that Indian intelligence agency RAW was trying to constitute Daish-e-Pakistan. He said, “Recently 20 ISIS terrorists from India were brought to the Pakistani border. He was assigned to Daish commanders, Sheikh Abdul Rahim alias Abdul Rahim Muslim Friend. The Pakistani army, which manages the PoK terrorist camps on the border with Afghanistan, has claimed that India operates 87 terrorist camps.
The Pakistani military has claimed that 66 of India’s 87 terrorist camps are located in Afghanistan. The army spokesman said India was paying Rs 1 crore and Rs 10 lakh for killings in suicide bombings and IED blasts in vehicles. He alleged, “Raw gives a reward of 5 crore to 8 crore for killing important people.”
General Iftikhar claimed that India had formed a militia comprising 700 terrorists to spread terrorism in Balochistan. A budget of $ 60 million has been established for this force. Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi claimed that, under Prime Minister Modi’s leadership, Indian intelligence agency RAW donated Rs 80 billion for ruining the Dream Project’s China-Pakistan economic corridor.
Qureshi claimed that RAW had prepared a special cell to target CPEC. He alleged that India is using its land to spread terrorism in Pakistan. Not only that, India is also using the land of Afghanistan to attack Pakistan. Pakistan’s foreign minister has warned that terrorist attacks in Pakistan may escalate in times to come.