India Using Influence On BRICS To Tag Pakistan As Terror State
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A negative campaign has already been underway in India, claiming that Pakistan is sending Foreign Terrorist Fighters (FTFs) to Afghanistan to help the Afghan Taliban fight against the Kabul regime.
India hosted the BRICS Counter-Terrorism Working Group (CTWG) in New Delhi from the 26th of July 2021 to the 29th of July 2021. BRICS is a group of five countries, Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.
One of the key agendas of the group’s meeting was the issue of FTFS.
Labeling Pakistan as FTF Supporters
Several malicious Indian and Afghan media reports claim that Pakistan has sent FTFs to Afghanistan to fight against the Afghan government.
A report by an Indian TV claims that Pakistani-trained terrorists have occupied Afghan forces camp in Nuristan and facilitated terrorists to join the Taliban. It claims that Pakistan Military supported the training of terrorists, and around fifty terrorists transit to Afghanistan daily from Pakistan.
Addressing an international conference in Uzbekistan, the President of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani, said that intelligence estimates indicate over 10,000 jihadi fighters from Pakistan and other places into Afghanistan in the past month.
The spokesman of President Ghani in a video message repeated this claim. He added that 15000 more FTFs were ready to join the Taliban to fight a proxy war in Afghanistan on behalf of Pakistan.
The 26th UN Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team report, published on the 23rd of July 2020, showed that over 6,000 Pakistani insurgents remain in hiding in Afghanistan. However, these terrorists are fighting against Pakistan and are supported by Afghan and Indian agencies. The media continue to present those as FTFs affiliated with the Afghan Taliban and ISIS to damage Pakistan’s image.
India involved in financing terrorism in Pakistan
India is involved in financing and supporting terrorism in Pakistan but plays innocent at all international forums, including BRICS. India has supported the separatist movement in the Tibet region of China, which goes against its obligations under BRICS.
Taliban are local Afghans who are fighting within their own country against foreign and local forces.
Similarly, Kashmir and Xinjiang are two different issues. India has occupied the valley and faces local resistance against its occupation.
India and Afghan governments continue to support and finance terrorists in Baluchistan and Tribal Areas of Pakistan.
The arrest of Kalbushan Yadev from Baluchistan is strong evidence of Indian-supported terrorism in Pakistan. Pakistan’s dossier of Indian-sponsored terrorism is proof potent enough to charge India for supporting terrorism in Pakistan.
Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is not affiliated with the Afghan Taliban as they have denied having links to it and pledged not to host any FTFs on Afghan soil. The dossier presented by Pakistan gives enough proof that the TTP is Indian funded organization and fighting against Pakistan.
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