RAW Kidnaps Three Pakistanis For Use In Future Terror Dramas To Blame ISI

Posted: January 11, 2010 in Uncategorized

After the collapse of the Taliban government in Kabul, India came into action. Many Pakistanis were abducted from Afghanistan and secretly transferred to India. Some of them were used to recruit terrorists and informants inside Pakistan. Others are killed by Indian security in occupied Kashmir and then bodies are presented to foreign diplomats in New Delhi as evidence of ‘terrorism’ from Pakistan. On Jan. 1, 2010, India failed to exchange with Pakistan a list of Pakistani prisoners in Indian jails. Unfortunately, weak Pakistani politicians and a confused Pakistani media have failed to pay attention to the fact that every single Pakistani citizen returning from Indian jails comes back with acute mental disorders due to torture. In this case, investigated by the Daily Mail, Indian government held three alleged Pakistani ‘terrorists’ but when time came to release them to Pakistan, the three mysteriously disappeared in India.

From Ajay Mehta
The Daily Mail of Pakistan.
Monday, 4 January 2010.

NEW DELHI—In a rather mysterious move, Indian intelligence agency, Research & Analysis Wing (RAW) on Friday kidnapped three Pakistani nationals from New Delhi after they had completed their sentence in prison and the Indian authorities had taken them to a hospital, prior to deport them back to Pakistan, reveal the findings of the investigations made into the matter by The Daily Mail.

According to The Daily Mail’s findings the Delhi Police, on the evening of the 1st of January, 2010 announced that three ‘high profile terrorists, belonging to Pakistan managed to escape from the official custody while the authorities had taken them to an official hospital to meet the procedure, required to deport them to their home country as they had completed the term of the sentence, awarded to them by the court, some ten years back.
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