India-ISIS nexus to create instability in Pakistan by sabotaging Afghan peace exposed

India-ISIS nexus to create instability in Pakistan by sabotaging Afghan peace exposed


Islamabad: Another great double game in which the Indian government disrupted regional peace through its ties with Daesh has been exposed.

As per the revelations made in the book of British-Indian author Avinash Paliwal ‘My Enemy’s Enemy’, it has been clearly mentioned that India is holding a proxy war to create instability in Pakistan by carrying out terrorism activities with Afghanistan at western border.

The book says that the mastermind of the Sikh Gudwara who attacked Kabul was also proved to be an Indian citizen.

Paliwal also wrote that India is playing Baluchistan and Pashto cards in Pakistan. Indian intelligence agencies tried to cultivate the Taliban in Afghanistan but failed.

The book also compiles the statement of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Rajya Sabha (Rajya Sabha) Member Subramanian Swamy, and the author also mentions the Indian National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Do Ajit Doval’s meeting with former Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

Earlier, EU DisinfoLab, a Brussels-based disinformation watchdog, had exposed a forum that promote India’s diplomatic interests to influence the European Union (EU) and the United Nations (UN) with content critical of Pakistan.

After the shocking report of the disinformation watchdog, board of members of the fake forum South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF) had resigned following increasing pressure and calls for stepping down.

According to EU DisinfoLab, South Asia Democratic Forum was ambiguously created in 2011 by the Srivastava group. The news outlets were managed by Indian stakeholders, with ties to a large network of think tanks, NGOs, and companies from the Srivastava Group.

It is worth mentioning that by November 2020, the NGO’s preliminary findings after conducting an investigation found 265 fake media channels in 65 countries/regions, which had a serious impact on the EU and the United Nations. . Pakistan.

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