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India’s intelligence agency RAW supporting terrorism in Pakistan – Faisal Muhammad

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New York  (UNN) An EU based Diplomatic Mediator Faisal Muhammad has accused India’s main intelligence agency of whipping up terrorism in Pakistan. Talking with Asian News Chanel ARY News he said India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) is supporting separatists in resource-rich Baluchistan province, as well as militants fighting the state.


 

He Disclosed that India’s RAW planning to provide small nuclear weapons to Daish  and TTP with the fake identification of Pakistan’s Armed Manufacturers which is very catastrophic conspiracy against Pakistan as well as for whole Region.

Faisal Muhammad who has holding an status of former central politician in 80s in Pakistan said that all those Politician who are taking big amount from their sponsors like India and getting rich since 1960 stopped “Kalabagh” project are active again to create hurdles at Pak China Corridor.
Those politicians claiming about the route, are they worth trusting what business do they have, they rob lands, they take money to bring conflicts and objection just to satisfy those who are funding them.

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