Monday, March 1, 2021

Central & South Asia

India intensifies it’s propaganda against Turkey

Indian media reports fabricated news against Turkish intelligence of sponsoring terror cells along Indo-Nepal border. Accuses Turkey of sponsoring AQ linked charity IHH to operate in Nepal along Indian border. It is about time, Pakistan & Turkey counter this false propaganda by Indian authorities at the appropriate world forum. Both brother nations are facing this threat & calls for joint strategy

India sets up fake ‘FakeNews Watchdog’ to propagate it’s narrative

Someone should let @DisinfoEU know that even they were not spared by Srivastava Group

Indian officer accused of planting weapons on Kashmir civilians

Captain Bhoopendra Singh has been charged with murder, conspiracy and other offences, the police statement said. He is now in military detention. The two civilian “sources”, who were with him at the time, are in police custody. A police statement issued late on Sunday said the officer and two others “planted illegally acquired weapons and material on their dead bodies after stripping them of their identities and tagged them as hardcore terrorists in possession of war-like stores.”

Nepal: PM Oli dissolves Parliament amidst power tussle

Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli dissolved the House of Representatives on Sunday, two years ahead of its normal tenure, amid a power tussle within the ruling Nepal Communist Party.

BAF to get high-performance fighter planes: Bangladesh PM

Besides, the BAF is also going to get soon the air defence system integration, unmanned aerial vehicle system, mobile gap filler radar and ultra-modern air defence radar, she said.

PM launches health insurance scheme for Azad Kashmir

وزیر اعظم نے آزادکشمیر کے لئے ہیلتھ انشورنس اسکیم کا آغاز کردیا عمران خان نے کہا کہ آزاد جموں و کشمیر کے 12 لاکھ افراد صحت انشورنس سے مستفید ہوں گے اور وہ پاکستان بھر کے 350 سرکاری اور نجی اسپتالوں سے مفت علاج معالجے کے حقدار ہوں گے۔

India plans to attempt surgical strikes against Pakistan: FM Qureshi in UAE

An official said a “false flag operation” was being planned by India to divert the world’s attention from several of its internal issues, including the ongoing farmers’ protest, its treatment of minorities, atrocities committed by Indian forces in illegal occupied Kashmir and criticism of its policies by international institutions and media.