Srinagar | June 10 : Chairperson Dukhtaran-e-Millat, Syedah Aasiyeh Andrabi today said that not Pakistan but India was a major sponsor of terrorism in the Sub-continent.
She was reacting to the statement of Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, who in his address to the US Congress accused Pakistan of “spreading terrorism across the world.”
In a statement, Andrabi said that India was sponsoring and spreading terrorism in all forms across the Sub-continent especially in Pakistan.
“It is policy of India at the governmental level to de-stabilize Pakistan using terrorism. The recent arrest of the ex-raw officer in Pakistan proves that how India is carrying out terrorist activities in that country,” she added.
She said that the statement by India’s NSA, Ajit Doval that India will wipe out Pakistan also proves how India wants to uphold its monopoly in the region.” India is the most dangerous country in the Indian sub-continent and its sole aim is to destroy other countries to uphold its monopoly,” she added.
She said that terrorism is the official policy of VHP-RSS-backed government of India. “The anti-Muslim activities and the clear cut threats as were issued by VHP member Sadhvi Prachi that India should be made Muslim-free country exposes India’s pro-terrorism role,” she added.
“How could a country, where a Muslim is killed mercilessly for consuming beef, where innocent Muslim youth are slaughtered by the goons of Bajrang Dal, VHP, and RSS, blame other countries of sponsoring and spreading terrorism,” she added.
She said that the statement by Modi was a baseless allegation against Pakistan to provoke the US as well as the whole world against Pakistan.
She said the resistance leadership has already decided that there will be social boycott of the Kashmiri industrialists who will join hands with Indian industrialists to serve their interests.
“No Kashmiri industrialist can help facilitate the implementation of this sinister industrial policy in Kashmir if he wants to live here,” she added.
Andrabi further said that after the killing of two policemen in Islamabad, police has unleashed a reign of terror across south Kashmir.
“The relatives of our Mujahideen and the youth who are under detention are being tortured mercilessly and are being asked the whereabouts of the Mujahideen who killed the policemen,” she added.
2015 Kashmir Despatch