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I remember the last time evidence was presented by the Pakistanis in the UN.

The depth and breadth of research and analysis which went into that was, to put it mildly, breath taking. Not to mention the brilliant imagery which was used from gettyimages and the likes after an expert level google search.

The ppt was , kya kehna!

Maybe, in attempt 10, Fawad can start using jazzy bullet points flying everywhere. And underline RAAAAAAA everywhere.

No wonder nobody believes the Pak government 'analysis' (sounds similar to something else).
 

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I remember the last time evidence was presented by the Pakistanis in the UN.

The depth and breadth of research and analysis which went into that was, to put it mildly, breath taking. Not to mention the brilliant imagery which was used from gettyimages and the likes after an expert level google search.

The ppt was , kya kehna!

Maybe, in attempt 10, Fawad can start using jazzy bullet points flying everywhere. And underline RAAAAAAA everywhere.

No wonder nobody believes the Pak government 'analysis' (sounds similar to something else).
Indians believe crayon drawing on a blackboard as credible evidence that a Mig-21 crashing with all 4 missiles, shot down an F-16 without being able to fire any missiles.
 

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Pakistan can Play same dirty game with Indians. Spend few rupees and you will have Indians lining up to do anything.
 

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Certain Indian cockroaches who spend their hopeless life just crawling on this forum and their only contribution and ability is to post Emoticons.....should ideally jump off from the fifth floor of Kabul Serena hotel.
 

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> Attack on Srilanka's team was done by India , as it happened right after Bombay incident
> Various Pakistani players were targeted by Indian money bookers and videos were made to get them in trouble
> There was attempt to prevent players from joining PSL , such players were not elected for IPL
> This latest incident is nothing new
 

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Jammy jammy. why you blow so much wind? Relax and make presentation for Fawad with all his faarwardds.
Will the guilty party stand up.....why it's Agni Pankh Patils riding surya kiran are known to blow smoke everywhere. ...please don't get sucked into Modis 56'' dark hole . :D
 

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International Media is picking up the story ...
We really have a ghatiya and classless enemy
Fuking Indians


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Will the guilty party stand up.....why it's Agni Pankh Patils riding surya kiran are known to blow smoke everywhere. ...please don't get sucked into Modis 56'' dark hole . :D
Revise the measurement. It is no more 56". It has dilated to 156", since Feb 27, 2019. :lol: :lol:
 

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Device used to send threat to New Zealand team belonged to India: Fawad
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Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed (left) and Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry address a press conference in Islamabad. — DawnNewsTV

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed (left) and Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry address a press conference in Islamabad. — DawnNewsTV

Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry said on Wednesday that the device used to send a threat to the New Zealand cricket team belonged to India.

Addressing a press conference in Islamabad alongside Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, the minister said that the entire situation started due to a fake post by someone claiming to be Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militant Ehsanullah Ehsan.

Fawad said that in August, a fake post was created under Ehsan's name which told the New Zealand cricket board and government to refrain from sending the team to Pakistan as it would be "targeted".



He said that following this post, the bureau chief of The Sunday Guardian, Abhinandan Mishra, published an article claiming that the team may face a terror threat in Pakistan citing the fake post by Ehsan.

According to its website, The Sunday Guardian was founded by politician MJ Akbar, who served as the minister for external affairs in the Modi-led BJP government till 2018.

"Interestingly, [Mishra] has strong links with [former Afghanistan vice president] Amrullah Saleh," he said.
He said that on August 24, New Zealand opener Martin Guptill's wife received an email threatening her husband from ID with the username "Tehreek-i-Labbaik".

"When we investigated further, we discovered some facts. Firstly, this email is not affiliated with any social media network [...] and only one email has been generated from this account," he said.
The minister added that the email was sent via ProtonMail, a secure service. "The details [of the email] are not available and we have requested Interpol to assist us and tell us how it was generated."
Despite these events, the New Zealand cricket team did not cancel the tour at this point and travelled to Pakistan. "As the interior minister said, the security we provided outnumbered the number of people in their forces," he said.
Fawad said that once the Black Caps arrived, the interior ministry issued a detailed protocol programme for them and the teams began focusing on the practice sessions. The New Zealand team participated in the practice sessions "without any issues," he said.

However, on the day of the first match New Zealand officials said that their government had concerns of a credible threat and cancelled the tour, he said.
"Pakistan Cricket Board officials, the interior ministry security team, everyone went to them and asked them to share the threat ... [but] they were as clueless as us."
He said that a day later, a second threatening email was sent to the New Zealand team using the ID, Hamza Afridi.
He said that when authorities probed the email, they discovered that it was sent from a device associated with India. "It was sent using a virtual private network (VPN) so the location was shown as Singapore."

He said that the same device had 13 other IDs, nearly all of which were Indian names. "All IDs were made using the names of Indian actors and celebrities. Only the name Hamza Afridi is different to show that this email was generated from Pakistan.

"His name was used deliberately to show that a terrorist threat is present in Pakistan."

He said that the user of the particular device had been identified as Omprakash Mishra from Maharashtra. "The device used to send the threat to the New Zealand team belonged to India. A fake ID was used but it was sent from Maharashtra."

The minister added that the interior ministry had registered a case and had requested Interpol for assistance and information on the Tehreek-i-Labbaik ProtonMail and the ID of Hamza Afridi.
"This whole threat was primarily generated from India."

He said that the West Indies team was travelling to Pakistan in December. "A threat has already been issued to the team," he said, adding that this was also issued via a ProtonMail account.

"This is unfortunate. We believe this is a campaign against international cricket. The International Cricket Council (ICC) and other bodies must take notice," he said, adding that it was apparent that a fake threat was created by India to cancel the New Zealand tour.

He also called on the New Zealand government to share the specifics of the threat they had received. He said that Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi — who is currently in New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly — had also lodged a strong protest with New Zealand.

"We hope that they will share their stance."

Commenting on England's decision to follow in the footsteps of the Kiwis, Fawad said that British High Commissioner Christian Turner had made it clear that the United Kingdom government's advisory for Pakistan was not being changed.
"So if the government has no reservations, who is the English Cricket Board [to cancel the tour]? To claim that players are tired is a shoddy excuse," he said.

He added that he had asked Pakistan Television to evaluate the financial losses it had suffered. "We are working on this and if our legal team permits, we will sue the ECB," he said.

'Bereft of reason'
Meanwhile, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid said that if anyone thought Pakistan would be isolated from NZ's tour cancellation, "they are bereft of reason".
"We can not be isolated and the day of the New Zealand [tour cancellation], I said that England's team would not come as well," the interior minister said.

"Cricket is our passion but disappointment is [equivalent] to disbelief. A day will come when the teams of the world will come to Pakistan," Rashid said.

He said the entire situation had been "blown up" and had told the information minister earlier that the matter should now be closed, adding that "we have other big problems [to focus on]."
Rashid claimed that "India frees many people from prison on bail and then trains them. It is not desisting from [promoting] terrorism in Pakistan."

Recounting Pakistan's sacrifices, he said the country had thwarted terrorism before as well. "Peace is our stance and it will be established in the country."
He said Pakistan had played a "historic role" and had evacuated over 10,000 people from Afghanistan including Nato forces, IMF and World Bank personnel and Americans.

"India has been disappointed that Pakistan couldn't be made a scapegoat and it's thinking that there would be civil war [in Afghanistan] and so much killing and slaughter that there would be a rush of refugees here — not a single refugee has come."

He said the Torkham and Chaman borders were functioning normally and more people were going to Afghanistan from Pakistan than those coming here.
"Everything is peaceful. This is all a drama and the gloved hands behind this drama will be unsuccessful.

"Pakistan is a great nation and has great security agencies and army. There is an elected government and no one can isolate us. We will move forward," the interior minister stressed.

 

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Give me a budget of $1 million a year to work with I will make sure this is breaking news even in Tahiti.
ISPR would love to hire you. More so since they seem to have failed in this very job for which they were created. Even with such a meagre budget you seem to have figured it all out.

Since compelling and such credible evidence of Indian involvement has come out, I am sure that New Zealand would consider changing the decision and play in Pakistan. Would love to hear New Zealand also blame India and accept that they were fooled by Indian propaganda (misinformation). Otherwise, is anyone else in this world bothered if a cricket series is cancelled due to some vague or specific threat? I guess not.
 
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These pressers never reach international media, whats the point?
Because it's the same old SOP when anything bad happens in Pakistan: blame India and play the eternal victim. This narrative has gotten old because it gives too much credit to India, or ignores the fact that India he nothing to do with it and may involve other countries. The warning came from Five Eyes, which India is not a member of.

Pakistan is just chasing phantoms.
 

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Because it's the same old SOP when anything bad happens in Pakistan: blame India and play the eternal victim. This narrative has gotten old because it gives too much credit to India, or ignores the fact that India he nothing to do with it and may involve other countries. The warning came from Five Eyes, which India is not a member of.

Pakistan is just chasing phantoms.
Is this pot calling kettle black?
 

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Sanghis are trying to portray themselves as innocent oh my, its no doubt Sanghis are hell bent on damaging Pakistan interests, well done to Pakistani intelligence tracing the fake Intel from these Phull support Sar zombies.
 

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Sanghis are trying to portray themselves as innocent oh my, its no doubt Sanghis are hell bent on damaging Pakistan interests, well done to Pakistani intelligence tracing the fake Intel from these Phull support Sar zombies.
Sanghis and Chaddi Dhaaris are "phully sapporrting" US and West, against Pakistan. Not an iota of doubt.
 

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