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India Setting Stage for False Flag Attack with Accusations of Terror Camps: DG ISPR

DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor stated that India is frustrated in its bid to divert the attention from its human rights violations in Kashmir, and is setting the stage for a false flag attack to malign Pakistan and accuse it of sponsoring cross-border terrorism

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Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Major General Asif Ghafoor, on Tuesday, responded to aggressive statements by Indian military commanders with regards to Azad Jammu and Kashmir, and accusations of infiltration.

DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor stated that India has failed in its endeavor to divert the attention of the international community from the atrocities committed in Indian occupied Kashmir. He warned that India is setting the stage for yet another false flag attack, and the Pakistan Army is fully prepared to launch a befitting response to any Indian misadventure.

A Pretext for False Flag Attack

DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor, tweeting from his official account, said, “Irresponsible statements by Indian military commanders particularly about AJ&K are expression of their frustration due to their failure to handle the situation in IOJ&K and attempts to divert world’s attention from Indian state terrorism and siege of IOJ&K.”

The Director-General of the military’s publicity wing added, “Accusations of infiltration/presence of alleged terrorists camps are a pretext for a false flag operation/misadventure which if tried shall have serious consequences for regional peace.”

DG ISPR issued a stern warning, “Pak Armed Forces are fully prepared to respond to any aggression/misadventure regardless of cost.”

This statement has come in the aftermath of the irresponsible remarks and accusations leveled by India’s Army Chief, General Bipin Rawat, who has accused Pakistan of “reactivating” the alleged terror camp in Balakot without presenting any credible evidence.

Alleged Balakot Terror Camp “Reactivated”

A report by NDTV, on Monday, cited “army sources” that have reported that “close to 500 terrorists are waiting at terror launch pads in Pakistan to infiltrate into India but the military is ready to respond at any level, any range, anywhere.”

The report added that Indian security agencies have been placed on high alert in the wake of these intelligence reports, which “indicate the possibility of a major threat in the run-up to the festive season.” The Indian news outlet stated, “The threat perception is stronger this year than it has been in the past few years.”

Prime Minister Imran Khan had recalled that he even asked the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to send his intelligence personnel to Pakistan

Earlier on Monday morning, India’s Army Chief General Bipin Rawat himself “confirmed” that Pakistan has “reactivated” the alleged terror camp in Balakot. He also stated that “terror camps were active along the Line of Control and about 500 terrorists were waiting to infiltrate into India.”

The Indian “army sources” told NDTV, “Our response will be at any level, any range, anywhere. Adequate plans are prepared. 15 Corps, based in Srinagar, isn’t only for defensive operations.”

Prime Minister Imran Khan and Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, amongst other leaders, have raised Pakistan’s apprehensions over India’s endeavor to stage a false flag attack or carry out a misadventure in a bid to divert attention from the humanitarian crisis in Kashmir, and blame Pakistan for sponsoring cross-border terrorism.

Read more: How India staged false attack to divert attention from Kashmir and how it still can?

Earlier in an interview with RT, Prime Minister Imran Khan had recalled that he even asked the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to send his intelligence personnel to Pakistan, and challenged them to collect evidence of any terror network operating on Pakistani soil.

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