Pakistan’s involvement in terrorism in J&K

Pakistan has, time and again, been making false claims regareding its involvement in fomenting terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.
These disclaimers are not worth the paper on which they are written, and those personalities who utter these inanities are equally
Right from 1947, it has been steadfastly using what it calls “non-state actors” for carrying out terror attacks in J&K. As also other parts of India, across its length and breadth.
When (then) President Asif Ali Zardari claimed the terror attacks in Mumbai (in November 2008) were carried out by “non-state actors”, he was not repeating anything new. Same old style, same old lies.

During Kargil war in 1999, the Pakistan government had claimed that the intrusion was the handiwork of “irregulars”. Later, it said that elements of “Northern Light Infantry (NLI)” were involved. To make a patently false claim that Pakistan regular army was not involved.

Please see the video to know how, with sickening regularity, Pakistan has been making these claims