The intent is to create a mass movement, generate sympathy from the pilgrims travelling through the Kartarpur corridor and then speed up the Khalistan movement, a South Block official said
The disclosure on the Kartarpur Corridor by Pakistan’s railway minister Sheikh Rashid was shocking and yet on expected lines. He said that the Kartarpur Corridor was the brainchild of Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Bajwa and it would hurt India forever.
The Kartarpur Corridor is a visa free border crossing connecting the Gurdwara Sahib in Pakistan to the border with India. While this is a great initiative by both the governments, the problem however lies in the Pakistan Army and ISI.
While an immediate response to the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai was not to be found, what’s more surprising is how a conspiracy was manufactured to blame the attack on the Hindus. But why did the terror outfit target India?
Earlier this week, India observed the 11th anniversary of the Mumbai 26/11 attacks. It was undoubtedly one of the most horrific events that India has witnessed.
Watching the attack unfold, any child would have said that this was textbook Pakistan. The grit, hatred and manner with which the 10 jihadis undertook the attack made it clear that they were highly trained operatives from Pakistan.
The ISI realises that the targeted killing of RSS leaders would cause communal tension. If such killings continue on a regular basis, Punjab and the neighbouring states would become volatile and this could well become a good launchpad for the Khalistan terrorists to operate.
Bengaluru: In its latest chargesheet, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) speaks about an international conspiracy behind the killing of an RSS leader, Brig (Retd) Jagdish Kumar Gagneja.
On August 6 2016, two motorcycle-borne assailants with their faces covered shot dead Gagneja at the Red Cross Market area in Jalandhar, Punjab.
New Delhi, Nov 04: The decision to abrogate Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir was aimed at integrating the newly formed Union Territory with the rest of India. However, in the past couple of weeks, one has witnessed the specific targeting of non-Kashmiris in the Valley and now Intelligence Bureau (IB) officials say that there is a pattern behind it.
The intention is to derail the Government of India’s plan of integrating J&K with the rest of India. There are over 20,000 migrant labour in the Valley and they have come under the direct fire of the ISI backed terrorists.
New Delhi, Oct 01: Lining up terrorists along the Line of Control, sending in arms with the help of drones has revealed that Pakistan has activated its K2 plan. The ISI, according to the Intelligence Bureau has activated its K2 plan, which stands of Kashmir and Khalistan.
The ISI wants to create trouble in both Punjab and Kashmir and in this regard it is not only trying to infiltrate its terrorists, but also spruce up the Khalistan movement in Punjab.
New Delhi, Sep 25: From trying to revive terrorism in Punjab to using Khalistan terrorist forces, the ISI is trying every trick up its sleeve. Investigations being conducted by the police after it was found that drones were used to drop off arms and ammunition in Punjab suggest that there was a hand of the Khalistan Zindabad Force in it.
New Delhi, Sep 05: A fresh intelligence input suggests that the ISI has directed its terrorists to target religious places in Jammu and Kashmir.
The intention is to create communal disharmony in Jammu and Kashmir. Intelligence Bureau officials say that the ISI has been planning this for sometime, but added that they want to operationalise this in the wake of Article 370 being abrogated.
Terror groups have been told to lie low and not indulge in direct attacks. While continuing to keep the Valley on the boil, the intention is to maintain a low profile so that they do not come under the radar of the security forces.
This strategy came to light following the killing of a top Jaish-e-Mohammad commander, Munna Bhai. He was killed in an encounter at Shopian district. An associate of his his Zeenat-ul-Islam too was killed in the same operation.
New Delhi, July 29: There has been growing concern in the Valley after the Centre decided to send additional troops to Jammu and Kashmir. The apprehension is that the move is aimed at abolishing Article 35A.
The government has however clarified that there is no such move on the cards and the exercise was undertaken after several intelligence inputs suggested that the ISI would look to carry out a big strike ahead of Independence Day.
New Delhi, July 17: Ahead of the crucial verdict at the International Court of Justice on Kulbhushan Jadhav, it would be pertinent to note that he had been abducted and sold to the ISI in Pakistan.
The manner in which the entire operation was carried out it becomes clear that Pakistan had managed this entire episode in a bid to frame him.