Jammu Air Force base blasts, bears all hallmarks of false-flag operation: National Front

Wani concerned over death threats hurled at rights activist Ahsan Untoo

SrinagarJammu and Kashmir National Front (NF) has termed Jammu Air Force base attack as a stage-managed drama by Indians to camouflage its terrorist activities in Pakistan and deflect world attention away from the Kashmir issue.

In a statement issued here on Tuesday, the National Front spokesman Shafiq-ur-Rehaman while referring to a series of false-flag operations orchestrated by the Indian secret agencies over the past several years said, “Pulwama attack in 2019, Uri attack in 2016, the Pathankot Air Base, Samjhota Express train blasts, the bombing in Mecca Mosque of Hyderabad Deccan and a 2008 blast in a Malegaon (Maharashtra state) mosque and Mumbai Attack in 2008 are the bone-chilling incidents of terror, which were orchestrated by the Indian secret agencies and implemented through extremist elements within the Indian security establishment”.

These attacks, he said were carried to play victimhood card to gain international sympathies but the investigation reports have not only exposed the India’s nefarious game plan but also took the lid off the cauldron of crimes committed by the India’s so-called security agencies in collaboration with Hindu extremists belonging to Hindutva organizations, which were responsible for terrorism in India.

Terming Jammu airport attack as the handiwork of insiders, the spokesman said that it bears all the marks of a false flag operation intended to deflect world attention away from the real issue and ward off the growing pressures from the international community.

Regarding the fast changing regional and international scenario, the spokesman made it clear that New Delhi won’t achieve its nefarious designs by resorting to age-old tactics of blame game.

Meanwhile, in a separate statement the National Front vice chairman Altaf Hussain Wani has expressed serious concern over the death threats received by veteran Kashmiri rights activist Ahsan Antoo.

He said that it was quite unfortunate that the human rights defenders working in the dispute territory face a range of assaults from state authorities including harassment, criminalization, arrests, humiliation and torture. “Death threats, however, remain one of the most pervasive actions human rights defenders in the region”, Wani said adding that it was high time that the world human rights organizations should take notice and impress upon the government of Indian to end reprisals against Kashmiri rights activists who were forced to live under heightened fear of being killed, harassed and humiliated by the occupation authorities.

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