New Delhi: More evidence of India’s involvement in terrorism in Pakistan has come to light.
According to the sources, India’s intelligence agency RAW has admitted its involvement in terrorism in Pakistan on social media. News of terrorist incidents in Pakistan are first broadcast on Indian social media accounts. RAW-related accounts on X (formerly Twitter) are leading the way in reporting on terrorist incidents.
Sources further say that surprisingly, advance warnings of terrorist incidents are given on these accounts. The Mianwali Airbase attack was also reported by RAW account the night before. During the attack and the clearance operation, these accounts continued to broadcast videos that were made from the terrorists’ mobile phones. These accounts are fed by the infamous Indian agency RAW.
These propaganda accounts also exaggerate the incidence of terrorist attacks in Pakistan. These RAW accounts are running from the same location and from the same IP address. On October 26, the abduction of 5 civilians from the Neelum Valley was aired from the same accounts, giving it the color of an operation.
According to the sources, they were also informed about the terrorist attack in Tirah Valley on October 28 through the accounts of Raw, while on October 4 these accounts have also predicted a ceasefire in the two countries of Asia.
Raw’s account claimed on November 5 that the Pakistan Army had decided to target civilians in Kashmir and on October 26, warnings of ceasefire violations in the Zafar Wall sector had already been issued by these infamous accounts. was
Sources say that on October 21, 2,000 Pakistani soldiers were claimed to have reached Gaza and the debris of the attack in Anantnag on September 13 was also blamed on Pakistan from these accounts. These propaganda accounts portrayed the firing on the Torkham border on September 6 as a war.