Noose around Indians in Afghanistan Tightened, India Admits

Noose around Indians in Afghanistan Tightened, India Admits
New Delhi, September 21 (Kashmir Voice): India has said its professionals, who are mostly viewed by experts on Afghan affairs as operatives of Indian secret agencies in Afghanistan, have been attacked and kidnapped over the past 12 years.
According to Media sources, Indian Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan, replying to a question in Lok Sabha, said, “Several Indians working in Afghanistan on various development projects have been attacked and kidnapped over the past 12 years.”
Although, the minister said the targeted Indians were engaged in development projects, while independent sources confirmed that most of them who were either attacked or abducted were associated with Indian intelligence agency, RAW and other agencies.
Muraleedharan while falsely blaming Pakistan for the actions said that Islamabad had tried to designate some of the Indians, who had previously worked in Afghanistan, as terrorists under the UN Security Council Resolution 1267.
It is worth mentioning here that RAW had opened several terrorist centers along Pak-Afghan border in Afghanistan to carry out terrorist attacks in Pakistan to destabilize the country.
That is why Pakistan had moved the UN under its Security Council Resolution 1267 to designate four Indians as global terrorists after finding them involved in past terror attacks in Balochistan and Peshawar, and even registered FIRs against them.
All the four persons were evacuated by Indian secret agencies from Afghanistan, with the last one being flown out of Kabul on 18 November, 2019, the sources said. India seems to have forgotten Kulbhushan Jadhav who is in Pakistani custody, they added. KASHMIR VOICE

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