PPA Special Report
Indian National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval has received approval from Prime Minister Modi for another misadventure against Pakistan after the highest-level meeting with commanders and intelligence chiefs on May 10.
Doval’s frustration became evident when the U.S. Envoy on Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad refused to reverse the Taliban deal and praised Pakistan’s role for peace.
NSA Ajit Doval chaired an urgent meeting with top commanders of the Indian Army and Chiefs of three intelligence agencies to discuss a misadventure towards Pakistan’s Azad Jammu Kashmir in the disguise of attacking “imaginary terrorist camps”.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan a few days earlier had warned that India may soon launch attacks from across the Line of Control (LoC) following false-flag attacks in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Indian media had already been issued special directives to be ready for important tasks. PM Imran Khan had warned the world that India could make use of the ongoing friction to embark on a ‘false flag operation’ against Pakistan on supposed grounds of infiltration.
On May 9, during the high-level meeting headed by Ajit Doval the Indian intelligence agencies chief claimed that terrorists were trying to infiltrate and India should take pre-emptive measures.
Reports from India confirmed that the top-level meeting in India was chaired by NSA Ajit Doval and attended by Army Chief General Manoj Mukund, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) Chief Samant Goel, Northern Army Commander Lt Gen YK Joshi, General Officer Commanding of the Army’s Srinagar-headquartered 15 Corps (GoC) Lt Gen BS Raju and the Nagrota-based 16 Corps Commander Lt Gen Harsha Gupta and Jammu and Kashmir police DGP Dilbag Singh.
India has started to feel second wave of unrest in occupied territories following the killing of top Hizbul Commander Riyaz Naikoo who was brutally killed in extra-judicial war-crime like situation leading to widespread unrest.
India claimed that some major terror attack may tke place in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Foreign observers noted that Indian Prime Minister Modi and NSA Chief was angered by the refusal of U.S.-Afghan Envoy who visited India to abandon the deal with the Afghan Taliban. What made India furious was that Mr. Zalmay Khalilzad lauded Pakistan in Indian territory as ‘facilitator of peaceful agreement in Afghanistan’.
To put the United States under pressure, Ajit Doval advised Modi to give green-light for an “adventure” which defense observers feel could turn into a ‘gross mid-adventure’ pushing to the two nuclear regional powers into open conflict.
Defense observers are attaching serious importance to the NSA-led meeting as it was attended by the Indian Army’s top commanders and intelligence chiefs.
Indian officials also imposed curfew-like restrictions in most of Jammu and Kashmir, stopped internet services and cut off cells and landline telephones.
Upon Indian request, Kashmir Media Service’s photo gallery was also removed from the website by foreign web hosting companies. Kashmiri journalists and newspapers are already under severe restrictions while anyone sharing oppressive actions by Indian occupied forces on social media are being picked up and jailed without any trail.