When it comes to deflecting the world's attention from its internal issues, India always resorts to levelling baseless allegations against Pakistan.
New Delhi has now been using another tactic, killing Kashmiris and accusing Pakistan of infiltration, as it did on January 1, 2022 in the Karan sector along the Line of Control (LoC) in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).
India media is airing the photo of Shabbir Malik, a man it claims had been sent by Pakistan from across the border. However, the individual posted a video online, proving he is alive, and saying he is located near the Shahidreh sector.
Kashmiri man, who the Indian media claimed was killed after being infiltrated by Pakistan, says he is alive, debunking the baseless allegation pic.twitter.com/g8KtdFElVH— The Express Tribune (@etribune) January 3, 2022
The question is, is the neighbouring country ready to accept the failure of its security mechanism, or does it want to continue levelling allegations against Pakistan at all costs?
The fact is, that self-confessed spy Kulbhushan Jadhav is the face of Indian infiltration, so are Sarabjit Singh and Abhinandan.
It was always India that resorted to infiltration while Pakistan, apart from taking care of it, put forth clear evidences of the same before the world.
Is the BJP, once again, attempting to use the allegations against Pakistan for the forthcoming elections?
Two days ago, Pakistan had strongly condemned the extra-judicial killing of four more Kashmiris by Indian occupation forces in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
The youth were martyred in Srinagar and Kupwara. At least 210 Kashmiris were martyred in fake encounters or so-called cordon and search operations in 2021.
The Foreign Office spokesperson had said that the military crackdown and intensified extra-judicial killings in fake stage-managed operations in IIOJK reflected the extremist anti-Muslim designs of the Hindutva inspired extremist BJP-RSS combine in India.
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