Diplomatic defeats of India | By S Nayyar Uddin Ahmad


Diplomatic defeats of India

My Humble contributions in forcing India to remove mention of the word “Pakistan” in joint statement of UK-India and altogether removal of the mention of the words “Pakistan” and “Mumbai and Pathankot attacks” from the following joint statements:

(i) India – EU meeting in New Delhi between Modi and the President of the EU Commission Ursula von der dated 25 April 2022.

(ii) Indian Joint statements of Modi’s recent visits (2-4 May22) to Germany, Denmark and France.

(iii) Indian Joint statement after Modi’s meetings with five Nordic countries (Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Sweden and Norway) in Denmark on 4 May 2022.

I continued to relentlessly serve the motherland despite 03 July 2020 written death threat (via Twitter DM message routed from Russia saying “You will lose your life if continue provoking Indian civilians) ostensibly from the Indian secret agency RAW.

However, notwithstanding the above life threat I ensured that Indian government was forced to specifically remove the name of Pakistan, as a country exporting terrorism, from the below reproduced Para 17 of the UK-India joint statement dated 22 April 2022 (link:-https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/prime-minister-boris-johnsons-visit-to-india-april-2022-uk-india-joint-statements/uk-india-joint-statement-april-2022-towards-shared-security-and-prosperity-through-national-resilience ) after the very recent visit of the British PM to India.

In this connection, I messaged via Twitter to PM Boris Johnson and forwarded my open letters to the PM Japan dated 18 March 2022 and to the President of the US dated 13 April 2022 which were also published in the daily ‘Pakistan Observer’.

Para # 17 of UK-India joint statement dated 22 April 2022 is reproduced below, wherein, the word Pakistan was removed.

Quote: “17. Both leaders expressed zero tolerance for terrorism in all its forms – and for all those who encourage, support and finance terrorism or provide sanctuary to terrorists and terror groups – whatever their motives may be.

They called upon all countries to work together to root out terrorist safe havens and infrastructure, disrupt terrorist networks and their financing channels, and halt cross-border movement of terrorists.

They reiterated their condemnation of terrorist attacks in India and the UK, including the Mumbai and Pathankot attacks.

They emphasised the importance of perpetrators of terrorist attacks being systematically and expeditiously brought to justice, and agreed to work together to take concerted action against globally proscribed terrorist entities and individuals.”Unquote.

Whereas, the name of Pakistan was ostensibly maligned as a country exporting terrorism and responsible for the Mumbai and Pathankot incidents were specifically mentioned in the following two joint statements: (i) 19 March 2022 Japan–India joint statement after the visit of the Japanese PM to India.Excerpts of Para # 8 reproduced below which depicts offensive language about Pakistan:

Quote. ‘In this context, they also called upon all countries to ensure that territory under their control is not used to launch terror attacks, to expeditiously bring to justice the perpetrators of such attacks.

They reiterated their condemnation of terrorist attacks in India, including 26/11 Mumbai and Pathankot attacks and called upon Pakistan to take resolute and irreversible action against terrorist networks operating out of its territory and comply fully with international commitments including to FATF.Unquote. ’

11 April 22 Fourth Annual US–India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue 2022 joint statement. Relevant excerpts under the heading ‘Counterterrorism and Counter Narcotics’ reproduced below:

Quote. ‘The Ministers strongly condemned any use of terrorist proxies and cross-border terrorism in all its forms and called for the perpetrators of the 26/11 Mumbai attack, and Pathankot attack, to be brought to justice.

They called for concerted action against all terrorist groups, including groups proscribed by the UNSC 1267 Sanctions Committee, such as al-Qa’ida, ISIS/Daesh, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba (LeT), and Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), and Hizb ul Mujahideen.

The Ministers called on Pakistan to take immediate, sustained and irreversible action to ensure that no territory under its control is used for terrorist attacks.’Unquote.

However, after I wrote two open letters to the PM of Japan on 20 March 22 and the President of the USA on 13 April 22 (also published by the daily ‘Pakistan Observer’ and links provided below at the last para) and to the German, French and five Nordic countries’ leaders on 2 May 2022 there was no mention of Pakistan, Mumbai and Pathankot incidents in the following joint statements:

(i) India–EU meeting in New Delhi between Modi and President Ursula von der dated 25 April 2022.

She was Twitted my above open letters to the Japanese PM and the President of the USA to inform her in advance not to mention Pakistan, Mumbai or Pathankot on the behest of India.

(ii) Modi’s visit to Germany, Denmark and France 2-4 May 2022.

(All these leaders were written open letters by me, before Modi landed in these countries, exposing India in wrongly defaming and maligning Pakistan to hide its atrocities against Muslims in Kashmir and India).

(iii) Modi’s meeting with five Nordic countries in Denmark on 4 May 2022. All these leaders were jointly written an open letter by me {link:-http://www.snayyar.com/an-open-letter-to-seven-european-and-nordic-countries-heads-of-governments-to-stop-genocide-of-muslims-in-india.html} exposing Indian genocidal acts against Muslim minorities, which India always tried to hide by falsely maligning and defaming Pakistan with untenable charges of terrorism in India.

In fact, in the above three letters to the PM of Japan, the President of the US and the joint letter to the seven European and Nordic leaders, it was proved with undeniable and iron clad evidence that it was India which was responsible for the false flag operations of the Mumbai and Pathankot incidents and India was also proven to be exporting terrorism into the Pakistani territory.

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