Japan must apologise to Pakistan after being befooled by India
Prime Minister of Japan, H E Mr Kishida Fumio, Greetings. The joint statement issued on 19 March 2022 after your visit to India absolutely absurdly mentions Pakistan in an utterly wrong and highly improper and an undiplomatic manner about the 26/11 Mumbai and Pathankot attacks; as if these false flag ops were not arranged by India and that Pakistan was behind such acts.
Actually, it is the Indian government which sponsors terrorism in Pakistan which has been openly admitted by its NSA Ajit Doval whose videos are available on the Google. (Link:- https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2d7pb7).
Further proof of Indian sponsorship of terrorism is also proved with admission of killings and sabotage in Pakistan by Indian serving Navy commander Kalbhushan Yadev who was clandestinely sent in Pakistan for terrorism with changed name (Mubarak Hussain Patel) and fake passport issued officially by India, which India even could not deny at the ICJ’s hearings at The Hague.
Regarding, 26/11 fake Mumbai attack, your honour may peruse the excepts of a book published in India and written by a German national, which proves with irrefutable facts that it was again managed by India to defame Pakistan, detailed as: ‘The Betrayal of India’: German author accuses India of carrying out pre-planned Mumbai attacks.
The 2008 Mumbai attacks were pre-planned and executed by India itself while the United States and Israel were also complicit in conceiving, planning, directing and executing the attacks, claimed a German author challenging the official Indian accounts into the events in which 162 people were killed and over 300 others got injured in a 60-hour long operation.
In his book “The Betrayal of India: Revisiting the 26/11 Evidence,” Elias Davidsson, a German author has made startling revelations and claimed that alongside India, the US and possibly Israel were also complicit in conceiving, planning, directing and executing the attacks.
In the introduction of his book, Dividsson has mentioned that a cursory examination of the news reports regarding the Mumbai events reveals immediately four major reasons for subjecting the official account to an exacting scrutiny:
(i) It is puzzling that it took 1,000 police officers, security forces personnel and trained commandos more than 60 hours to subdue ten gunmen scattered over several locations.
(ii) The Indian authorities, including India’s Prime Minister, immediately blamed Pakistani entities for the attacks, ie before any investigation had even started.
(iii) No organization is known to have claimed responsibility for the complex operation conducted in Mumbai.
(iv) The political class of the United States showed immediate and inordinate interest in the events, although they were occurring 8,000 miles away and were not directed at Americans or at an American target.
The above excerpts of the book published by Pharos Media and Publishing Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, is critical evaluation of the official narrative of 26/11, as reflected in court documents and news reports in India.
Sir, about the Pathankot attack, you and the Japanese government were very deceitfully misled about this yet another false flag operation by the Indian government for which you must demand an apology from Mr Modi after you have read the following article written by an Indian writer Rohan Venkataramakrishnan and published in India on 4 January 2016 reproduced below, for your personal information that how the Indians not only befooled your Honour, but the entire Foreign Ministry of Japan, which is a grave insult to the great Japanese nation, as well.
Pathankot terror attack: Eight crucial unanswered questions: From honey traps to a confusing Punjab Police story to the role of Ajit Doval, almost everything about this incident is murky. (Rohan Venkataramakrishnan, Jan 04, 2016 · 09:15 pm)
The authorities have said that Pathankot terror attack, which was prematurely declared over on Saturday, and then on Sunday, has finally ended as of Monday afternoon.
An official from the National Security Guard said that five terrorists who entered the Air Force base have been killed, after three days of operations which have left 11 security personnel dead and more injured.
Although, initial reports suggested the attackers might have been members of the Jaish-e-Mohammad, the same terror outfit that was responsible for the 2001 attack on the Indian Parliament, another group called the United Jihad Council – actually a conglomerate of several terrorist organisations – has now claimed responsibility for it.
A National Security Guard official told the media that though the fifth terrorist had been killed, combing operations were still on to ensure that the base was secure.
The official also said that all Air Force assets, including the personnel and their families were safe.
Reportage on the issue has so far been relatively restrained, considering the operations were still ongoing for much of the last few days.
In some cases the media has deliberately not put out information, having learnt from its follies during the 26/11 Mumbai attacks when some of the coverage was blamed for having spread panic and even assisted the terrorists.
Despite this though, questions about the entire ordeal are starting to crop up and, once the dust has settled in Pathankot, authorities will have to take a long, hard look at the way India handles terror.
The Mumbai attacks comparison is instructive. That incident involved armed terrorists walking around highly populated areas in a big city and running into a police force that wasn’t trained to take on militants.
The 26/11 attack would end up going on for four days. This one took place at an Air Force base very close to the Pakistan border, which was already on high alert because of immediately actionable intelligence.
The Pathankot attack has taken three whole days. The coverage, mostly by reporters covering national security, has started to draw out exactly how many unanswered questions there are about the whole episode.
—To be continued.
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