BREAKING : “Unidentified Gunmen Assassinate Pakistan-based Wanted Terrorists: India’s Secret Program Exposed?”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Indian Government Faces Accusations of Secretly Assassinating Pakistan-Based Terrorists

In a puzzling turn of events, the Indian government is facing allegations of executing Pakistan-based wanted terrorists as part of a covert assassination program. Foreign diplomats and journalists in Delhi are desperately searching for answers regarding the masterminds behind this program, but so far, no concrete evidence has been found to link the killings to India’s premier intelligence agency.

However, sources in Pakistan have confirmed that a series of targeted killings of Pakistan-based wanted terrorists by unidentified gunmen has sent shockwaves through known terrorist networks. This has forced terrorists and their accomplices to go into hiding, fearing that they could be the next victims on the hit list.

The Sunday Guardian has gained access to details revealing that at least 18 such killings have taken place in Pakistan over the last two years, with 16 occurring since February of this year. The victims were either current or former members of notorious anti-India terrorist organizations such as Lashkar-e-Tayyaba, Jaish-e-Mohammad, and Hizbul Mujahideen. These individuals have all played a role in the killing of innocent Indian citizens on Indian soil.

The killings have been carried out across various parts of Pakistan, including Karachi, Sialkot, Neelam Valley (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Rawalkot, Rawalpindi, and Lahore. Interestingly, all of these assassinations followed a similar pattern: gunmen on motorcycles shooting their targets from close range and making a swift getaway within seconds.

Experts believe that executing such flawless killings requires highly trained individuals with months of mental and physical preparation, ruling out the possibility of a low-level criminal network being responsible.

The Indian Ministry of External Affairs has declined to comment on the matter, citing that it cannot discuss developments occurring within Pakistan. The Pakistani police, despite the involvement of their intelligence agency, the ISI, have failed to identify any suspects or make any significant progress in their investigation.

The Sunday Guardian reached out to the Punjab police for the latest updates on these murders and whether any arrests have been made, but no response was received at the time of publication.

Former functionaries associated with the aforementioned terrorist groups have expressed their belief that India’s Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) is behind these targeted attacks. They claim that there is a growing sense of restlessness among senior members of these groups, as their acquaintances and friends continue to be killed by unidentified gunmen. Many have gone underground, fearing a similar fate.

The Indian government has categorically denied any involvement in these killings, stating that such actions are not part of their official policy. However, it is worth noting that other nations, such as the United States and Israel, have publicly acknowledged carrying out similar assassinations on foreign soil against individuals they deem as enemies.

Recent killings in Pakistan have been claimed by a relatively unknown organization called the Sindhudesh Liberation Army, a Sindhi militant group based in the Sindh province of Pakistan.

As investigations continue, the mystery surrounding these assassinations deepens, leaving many unanswered questions. The international community eagerly awaits conclusive evidence that could shed light on who is truly responsible for these targeted killings and the motives behind them.

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