Imminent Threat Of Pakistan

at 8:44 pm
Imran Khan



Why India, presently is in an uncomfortable spot? The answer is simple and clear that it is because of Pakistan’s ISI evil design execution, which they had conceived in 2009 to destabilise India by 2020.

Two maps were circulated to the Pakistani army’s top brass to achieve the target of destabilising India. One map spells out drastic changes in the topography of Mumbai, which, as per Islamabad’s Inter-Service-Investigation plan, would turn the metropolis into ‘Muslimabad’ by 2012. The two secret maps underline Pakistan’s diabolical plan that goes beyond the 26/11 terrorist strikes in Mumbai.

Pakistan has never changed its policy against India, keeping Kashmir on its agenda. On the disclosure of the terrorist’s affiliation with terrorist outfits, Pakistan’s secret agency ISI had been working on a multi-pronged strategy against India.

These maps were found in possession of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) activist Ghulam Fareed, identified as a Pakistani soldier, (Belt No 4319184, 10 Azad Kashmir Regiment) from Ruperi village in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir’s (PoK’s) Bhimber district and other two – Mohammad Abdullah from NWFP and Mohammad Imran from Dera Nawab in Pakistan’s Punjab – belonged to Harkat-ul-Jehad terrorist group. They traveled from Karachi to Dhaka to enter into India from Kolkata and from there they landed at Jammu.

Another map of India targets entire North India, converting it into ‘The Islamic Republic of Pakistan’ by 2020, leaving South India as a disputed territory and treating Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Nepal as its neighboring countries. It has been recently revealed that Pakistan is planning an operation in India to divert attention from several of its internal issues and the consequent criticism from international institutions and media.

Pakistan is keeping the whole world away from its genocide activities in Pakistan Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan is facing multiple challenges which include economic downturn, domestic insurgencies, widespread demonstrations, tensions between ethnic groups, and religious bigotry.

The rising friction between Pakistan and India, and Islamabad’s continuing alert of limited war is seemingly being overshadowed by the recent India-China border stand-off. Imran Khan, PM of Pakistan has given the task of setting the field for propagating false propaganda to Pakistan political and military leadership along with media.

Modi government has isolated Pakistan internationally and the world is no longer buying Pakistan’s terrorism mantra on India. Pakistan embassies and consulates along the Pak-Afghan border is functioning as a “hub of terror sponsorship against India.”

According to intelligence reports, there had been at least four meetings between Pakistan intelligence officials and terrorist factions. Pakistan has also planned to “upscale terrorist activities in India” in the coming months. Evidently, Pakistan has created a difficult situation for itself concerning the South Asian neighbourhood.

India-China standoff has already entered into a prolonged stalemate and now disengagement seems round the corner. India’s relations with all the regional countries including Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, and Myanmar are as cordial as they were in the past.

Meanwhile, Pakistan is diplomatically isolated in the South Asian context and after COVID-19, it is on the verge of bankruptcy. In such a scenario, to divert international critics, Pakistan in frustration will resort to the operation against India.