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Ahead of Independence Day: Is Rajouri attack another false flag operation by India in IIOJK?

Indian troops martyr two Kashmiri youth near Pargal Army Camp

Jammu, August 11 (KMS): The fears of people in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir turned out to be true when on Thursday morning they heard of a purported attack on an Indian army camp in Rajouri district.

According to Kashmir Media Service, Indian troops martyred two Kashmiri youth near an Indian army camp in Pargal area in what appears to be another Indian ploy to implicate Kashmiri youth and create environment of fear with an aim of maligning freedom struggle and Pakistan. The fresh incident just ahead of Indian Independence Day celebrations seems to be another orchestrated drama for multiple purposes by the Hindutva-driven Bharatiya Janata Party government in India.

Earlier, at least three Indian troops were killed and several were injured in an attack on the Indian army camp at Pargal in Rajouri. One more soldier succumbed  to his injuries at a hospital.

The analysts and experts believe that the recent wave of fake encounters during cordon and search operations and Indian political and military leadership along with media always try to plant a set narrative to its media while distracting international attention from the IIOJK and the deteriorating domestic law and order situation. India is facing multiple challenges which include economic downturn, domestic insurgencies, widespread demonstrations, tensions between ethnic groups and religious bigotry.

In the past, India tried to implicate Pakistan in false flag operations without giving any concrete evidence. By implicating Pakistan in another false flag operation, Modi-led Indian fascist government is trying to get Islamabad on Financial Action Task Force (FATF) blacklist, they added.

New Delhi has a history of carrying out false flag operations to achieve its nefarious designs. On 26 November 2008, India conducted Mumbai attacks to put pressure on Pakistan. In July 2013, the ex-investigating officer of CBI, Satish Verma, uncovered the secret that Indian government killed hundreds in Mumbai and Parliament attacks just to strengthen the counter-terror legislation.

The-then Indian Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde exposed that BJP and RSS were running training camps to promote Hindu terrorism. These extremist groups are also responsible for Samjhauta Express, Makkah Masjid and Malegaon blasts. On the day of the Mumbai attacks, Hemant Karkare, chief of the Anti-Terrorist force in Maharashtra, was assassinated. He headed the 2008 Malegaon terror investigation and in late October 2008, he detained 11 suspects, who were mostly affiliated with a previous connection to an extremist Hindutva party, Abhinav Bharat. Hemant Karkare had noticed that Hindutva groups in India were promoting terrorism therefore he was assassinated.

In 2016 without any investigation, BJP government swiftly blamed Pakistan of sponsoring the Pathankot Air base attack in Indian Punjab. An internal probe however, refuted Indian government’s statements within hours. Subsequently, Director General of National Investigation Agency (NIA) Sharad Kumar said, “No evidence to show that Pakistan has any link in the Pathankot attack”.

In 2019, India used the self-created Pulwama incident, to commit a lethal surgical strike against Pakistan’s trees. Immediately after the incident, the Indian Prime Minister accused Pakistan and threatened with surgical strikes without any inquiry or evidence. Pulwama was a false flag operation which was politically used by Modi government to gain the sympathy of Hindutva followers. The Pulwama attack and ensuing debate amply proved that Modi was the primary beneficiary of the resultant escalation and he won general elections and was elected for the second term.


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