Gurdaspur attack – Lets blame Pakistan

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Indian history is full of false flag operations and blames on Pakistan but in recent years the intensity of such operations is dramatically increased. As it goes for the old saying that excess of everything is bad, but Indian never learned the lesson, not even the hard way!

False flags if not carefully planned and treated, will always be exposed by people directly getting affected from it. Indians have a history of orchestrating such false flags, which ended up in their humiliation. People have started calling India’s security agencies following the line of Bollywood flicks, where heroes always save the day at the end, not knowing that fiction doesn’t fit in reality.

Gurdaspur is also the continuation of such a Bollywood episode. Recently India intelligence got popularity in western comedy shows by capturing Pakistani spy pigeon. Indian media and intelligence agencies were embarrassed all over the world by “notorious” spy pigeon, but still Indian media can’t stop themselves to associate every terrorist attack in India with Pakistan.

Initial international support in case of Mumbai attacks in 2008 encouraged India to create such false operations. But the attackers involved in Mumbai attacks were not much different from Pakistani spy pigeons; India could never produce any solid evidence about Pakistan’s involvement in Mumbai attacks. Ajmal Kasab, perhaps the only evidence in Mumbai case, was never allowed by Indian authorities to be cross questioned by the Pakistani investigative commission which clearly proved that character of Ajmal Kasab was produced, used and disposed-off without presenting him as prime suspect in front of the Pakistani courts.

Like Mumbai attacks the other Indian dramas such as Pakistan Terror boat in Indian waters and Burma operation had been exposed by their own media and security officials.

Last month Indian secret agencies sent a report on Sikh resurgence to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), detailing the resurgence of “Sikh radical organizations” across the globe.

Mumbai attacks was exposed by Former Indian secret agency officer Ishrat Jahan by stating that the Government of India is involved in Mumbai, Pakistani boat controversy was exposed by Deputy Inspector General of the Coast Guard B.K. Loshali where he contradicted the official government explanation of that event and accepted that he ordered the Indian Coast Guards to attack and destroy the boat. The confession can be seen in a video released by Indian Express.

Similarly Indian Army claimed of an operation inside Myanmar territory followed by outrageous statements of Indian politicians, which were then silenced when Myanmar government denied any such operation by stating that neither India entered in Myanmar nor any such operation was carried out by Indian Army.

Keeping the legacy intact, Indian media blamed recent Gurdaspur attack on Pakistan without any proper investigation. The operation against the militants involved in this attack once again exposed the incompetence of Indian security forces when they took 12 hours to handle only three militants involved in this attack.

But interestingly no Sikh was involved in this attack; the blame was put squarely on Pakistan because Gurdaspur is near the border which’s fully fenced and heavily guarded by the Indian border security forces.

CCTV footage showed three militants going in the building wearing Army uniforms but shockingly when their bodies were brought in front of the media they were dressed like Pakistanis. To satisfy the collective hysterical conscience of Indian media, the dress of slain militants is an enough evidence to start a campaign.

If for a moment, we assume that this wasn’t a false flag, then Indian media completely over shadowed another aspect of this episode.

Last month Indian secret agencies sent a report on Sikh resurgence to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), detailing the resurgence of “Sikh radical organizations” across the globe.

On the same day of Gurdaspur attack, activists of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD-Amritsar) raised pro-Khalistan slogans during an address by Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal in a function at the Punjabi University.

But interestingly no Sikh was involved in this attack; the blame was put squarely on Pakistan because Gurdaspur is near the border which’s fully fenced and heavily guarded by the Indian border security forces. This clearly showed that this is one of AjIt Doval’s adventures to silence the Khalistan movement which’s reviving at a rapid pace in Punjab on one hand and on the other hand, to suppress the resurgence of Kashmir movement, by dragging Pakistan in the conflict.

Ajit Doval should come up with something new. These old tricks are getting bored and audience is not interested anymore. It’s time that Doval and his bosses must think of an interesting and tempting script or they can focus on improving the condition of their people and work with the neighbors to bring peace and harmony in the region while addressing the core issues.

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