Pakistan told the ponds of Jodhpur and the trees standing on the roadside ISIS training camp in India

You all must have heard a famous saying that “Khisiyani cat khambha noche”, something similar is also true of Pakistan. A few days ago, inside the lavish headquarters of the Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate, on Shahra-e-Suharwardy Road in Abapara, Islamabad, there was a lot of excitement, as its spies were mulling to finally find the evidence. It was learned that India was training Islamic State terrorists.

Last week, Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Moeed Yousuf had informed the world about this. “We have incriminating evidence, which confirms that Indian security forces are managing five ISIS training camps in India,” a dossier released this week said.

Global Positioning System coordinates do not lie. 26º17’31.0″N 73.º03’20.7’E, this is one of the coordinates given in the Pakistan dossier, the location of which is in the middle of Shekhaji Lake in Jodhpur, halfway between the Army Public School and the Battle Ax Regimental Centre. There is a Hanuman temple. That is, the coordinates that Pakistan gave to show the alleged “terror camp” in India is actually the location of a Hanuman temple.

Similarly, another coordinate from Gulmarg, a little away from the children’s park, shows a bush of trees between the two army parking slots. A third “terrorist camp” is a patch of acacia trees along a highway on the edge of the Border Security Force compound in Anupgarh, near a Vinayak hardware store.

Another training camp: a farmhouse in Rajasthan, and a training center of the Special Frontier Force in Chakrata, details of which are also on Wikipedia.

In fact, not only this, but many strange claims have also been made in this dossier. It said that in one case the Indian Army “destroyed 18 houses and burnt three youths by suspected use of an unknown chemical. This chemical not only burnt the dead bodies but also turned them into a pile of mud”. Means Pakistan was trying to say that India has powers like genie.

Interestingly, Pakistani claims of India’s use of chemical weapons date back at least to 1999. Earlier, the then Foreign Minister Sartaj Aziz had claimed that India was shelling Kargil with chemical weapons and called for an independent investigation.

Not only this, the dossier also claims that Indian forces “raped and murdered Asifa Bano, an 8-year-old girl from Rasana district of Kathua district.” Whereas if ISI detectives, who prepared the dossier, had Googled the incident, they would have found that six people were convicted and sentenced for the murder of the girl last year, none of whom were Indian officials. And no one had relations with the army or the officer.

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