Even though Pakistan talks about extending a hand of friendship to India and overcoming terrorism in common forums, but there is still a big difference between its words and deeds. His true face has again been exposed in articles published in magazines tracking terrorist activities.
It has been told that Pakistan is now adopting a double method to incite the fire of terrorism in Kashmir. Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI is helping terrorist organizations and on the other hand is engaged in conspiracies to disturb the neighboring country of Kashmir by smuggling drugs and weapons.
Roland Jaccard writes in Global Watch Analysis, a journal tracking war zones and terrorist activities around the world, that the ISI continues to support and support the ongoing proxy war in Jammu and Kashmir. It is doing all this with the help of terrorist organizations like Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed and Hizbul-Mujahideen.
International pressure needed:
According to Rowland, the international community is currently grappling with the Ukraine war, the Taiwan crisis and the civil war in the Central African Republic. In such a situation, it is even more important to ensure that full-fledged conflict does not start in this part of the world.
To maintain stability in the region, it is necessary that the world community exerts constant pressure on the Pakistani government and its military to improve its policy of supporting terrorist organizations. He urged various international organizations including the United Nations, European Union and FATF (Financial Action Task Force) to actively contribute to this effort.
Narco-terrorism the new threat:
Meanwhile, Pakistan has started using narco-terrorism as a new weapon in its veiled war against India in the Kashmir Valley. Kashmir has seen an alarming rise in narco-terrorism, writes Ayaz Wani in the Observer Research Foundation (ORF).
Recently Pakistan has used a dual strategy of sending weapons as well as drugs. Drug trafficking provides oxygen to terrorism through money.
145 terrorists trying to enter India:
Rowland writes, there are more than 20 terrorist training camps active in Pakistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. About 140-145 terrorists are present in these camps and are trying to enter India.