A viral video shows Bollywood actresses being promised to TTP recruits. A video of a Pakistani soldier giving a guided tour of the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan’s headquarter in North Waziristan has gone viral on social media.
Indian journalist, Praveen Swami, shared an old video of media outlet, France 24, on social media on Monday. The short video clip was probably from a lengthy video on the hideouts of TTP terrorists in North Waziristan. Colonel Kamran of the Pakistan Army gave a guided tour to the foreign journalist of the simulated TTP headquarter and explained the operations of Pakistan Armed forces against the terrorists.
I learn, to my delight, that Tehreek-e-Taliban suicide bombers were promised the actress Kajal would be waiting for them in Paradise, next to a river of wine. pic.twitter.com/Wt9XHhs2pE
— Praveen Swami (@praveenswami) September 13, 2021
Brainwashing the terrorists
Col Kamran explained that this is a ‘re-enactment’ of the TTP headquarter. Equipment seized with the Taliban were put on display in the museum. Col Kamran informed that there were 300 headquarters of different sizes in the region.
The video also showed a suicidal preparation room. The terrorists had given a complete concept of heaven to the potential suicide bombers. The young potential suicide bombers were kept in the room for a few days before the attack. The attackers were showed that paradise would be beautiful like this. There would be rivers of wine flowing for them.
Right after the suicide attack, when the boys will open their eyes, they would see a beautiful woman. That beautiful woman will be standing with her arms open to welcome him.
The video showed posters of poems with pictures of Bollywood actresses hanged for the suicide bombers.
Under the rugs in the room were secret tunnels. Terrorists used to hide in them during the aerial bombardments by security forces. A bed was placed with a few medicines to treat wounded members.
A prisoner room was also shown with a few tools to handcuff and chain the prisoners. Col Kamran said that they would slit the throat of the captured security personnel and of tribal leaders who supported Pakistan.