India denounces as “false and malicious” reports that 20 hostile terrorists were killed in Pakistan.

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There were questions about the veracity of the assertions made in the newspaper because the Pakistani government’s submission of documents to support them was not confirmed.

The UK daily The Guardian stated that India’s Ministry of External Affairs refuted claims that it was murdering terrorists in Pakistan on a targeted basis in a sharply worded statement.

“False and malicious anti-Indian propaganda” was the ministry’s repeated claim in response to the accusations. According to the ministry, targeted assassinations in other nations are “not the government of India’s policy,” citing External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar.

The Ministry of India’s comments were included in an article that appeared in The Guardian, claiming that New Delhi “has implemented a policy of targeting those it considers hostile to India”.

According to the allegation, since Pakistan was purportedly responsible for the horrific attack on Pulwama in 2019, the Indian intelligence agency RAW has expeditiously carried out almost 20 such assassinations of terrorists.

The UK newspaper also revealed that the Russian KGB and the Israeli intelligence service Mossad served as inspiration for the strikes.

There were doubts about the veracity of the assertions made because the documents provided by the Pakistani government to support the articles that appeared in the international media were not confirmed.

Such ‘absurd’ allegations against India have been made publicly before.

The US and Canada had previously accused India of hatching a conspiracy to assassinate militants from the Khalistani movement abroad.

In September of last year, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continued to assert that “credible allegations” supported India’s participation in the murder of Khalistani insurgent Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

In June, Nijjar, a Canadian national, was shot and killed outside a gurdwara in Surrey. Nijjar was a wanted terrorist in India. India brushed off the accusations as “absurd”.

Subsequently, the US stated that they had stopped an attempt to kill Khalistani separatist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun. The US claims that the plot

In response, Arindam Bagchi, a former spokesperson for the foreign ministry, stated, “India takes such inputs seriously since it impinges on our own national security interests as well.” Relevant departments are already looking into issues in relation to US imports.”

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