S Jaishankar rubbishes talk of targeted killing on foreign soil

S Jaishankar

New Delhi: The Ministry of External Affairs has completely rejected the allegations of target killing by India to eliminate terrorists in Pakistan. The ministry termed the British report as completely false and baseless and termed it as anti-India propaganda. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has said that target killing in any other country is not the policy of the Indian government.

Indian agency RAW has claimed 20 murders in Pakistan.

The British report claimed that the Indian government had implemented a policy of eliminating those considered a threat to India. They are also adopting a policy like target killing for this in Pakistan. After the 2019 Pulwama attack, Indian intelligence agency RAW has also committed 20 such murders. This report has come out on the basis of evidence given by Pakistan and the meeting of officials of both the countries.

Claim in the report- Pakistan gave evidence against India

According to an Indian official, India has followed the policy of Israeli intelligence agency Mossad and Russian agency KGB which deals with target killing on foreign soil. The report also details some killings by Pakistani officials that have not been independently confirmed. Pakistani officials also claimed in the report that the killings were carried out by a sleeper cell of Indian intelligence established in the UAE. Earlier, America and Canada have also accused India of being involved in such killings on foreign soil.


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