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Indian RAW implicated in failed Mach terrorist attack

By News Desk

January 30, 2024 05:40 PM


Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) has been implicated in the failed terrorist attack in Mach town of Balochistan province, the 24NewsHD TV channel reported on Tuesday.  

The development came hours after the city was attacked by terrorists, two of which, according to the sources, have been identified as Doda Baloch and Pardan Baloch.

Five people including a police officer were martyred in an attack by militants belonging to a banned Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) in the Mach area of Kachhi Bolan on Monday.

According to security sources, evidence of the involvement of the RAW in the failed terrorist attack has been found.

"Indian social media accounts were already aware of the attack," the sources said, adding that the RAW-linked accounts launched a campaign on social media during the attack.

Accounts linked to the Indian intelligence agency RAW, they added, first reported the attack from their accounts.

The sources added that the Balochistan Liberation Army, a banned militant organization, has claimed responsibility for the attack in Mach.

Meanwhile, the arrested Indian killers had killed Shahid Latif in Sialkot and Muhammad Riaz in Rawalakot, the sources added.

"Indian agents Ashok Kumar Anand and Yogesh Kumar were involved in the murder of Shahid Latif and Riaz," said the sources.

"India is spreading unrest in Pakistan with RAW-linked social media accounts," they added.

Meanwhile, they also maintained that the killing of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada last year is a link in this chain.

"India engages in continuous violations of international norms.

While India has been implicated in various innocent deaths across Pakistan and beyond, concrete evidence of their involvement remains elusive.

 Pakistan's security and law enforcement agencies remain vigilant, constantly striving to counter Indian-sponsored terrorism and ensure the safety of its citizens.

India's persistent violations of international laws, including Articles 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and Article 2(4) of the International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), demand global attention and action against its blatant state-sponsored terrorism.

The international community must urge India to desist from its open support of terrorism, adhering to principles of peace and stability in the region.

 The United Nations should take strict action against India's open terrorism," the sources added.

 


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