Pakistani terrorist campaign against Bangladesh

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  1. Bengal_Tiger

    Bengal_Tiger Regular Member

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    In this thread, if moderators permit, I will post content related to Pakistan's destabilization of Bangladesh (and India) including its support for terrorists and extremists.

    PAKISTANI TERRORIST CAMPAIGN AGAINST BANGLADESH

    Pakistan, ISI "biggest threat" to India & Bangladesh: Bangladesh diplomat

    By PTI | 23 Nov, 2015, 08.42PM IST


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    Wali-ur Rahman, said Pakistan is an epicentre of terrorism and not only India, but his country has also been a victim of its terror activities.


    MUMBAI: Adviser to Bangladesh's Prime Minister on International Crimes, Wali-ur Rahman, today said Pakistan is an epicentre of terrorism and not only India, but his country has also been a victim of its terror activities.

    "Pakistan and ISI have been the biggest threat to us as they keep sending their operatives to India and Bangladesh... ISI is still an epicentre of terror...Not only in these two countries, but they also dispatch their operatives to Nepal, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and all over the SAARC countries," Rahman told PTI, on the sidelines of two-day 'Megacity Security Conference' that began here today.

    "They are a destabilising force. They tried to destabilise us too, but failed. They set up 101 training camps on our soil to train Indians to fight against Indians. But we pushed them back with the active support of India. We cannot think that Pakistan should use our land for anti-India activities," Rahman, a former Secretary in Bangladesh's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said.

    The conference is being attended by policy makers, law enforcement officials, security experts and leading thinkers representing eight different countries. They will share first- hand experience about dealing with security policy in some of world's megacities such as Mumbai, New York, Istanbul, Chicago, Manila, Dhaka, Nairobi and Mexico.

    Terming India a friend in true sense, Rahman, an expert on national security and counter-terrorism, said, "Bengalis are very emotional people. Every Bengali is with us, except two political outfits Jamaat-e-Islami and Bangladesh Nationalist Party, who supported ISI in our country."

    "But when Sheikh Hasina took over as the Prime Minister of the country in 1996, she got rid of ISI and sent me to Delhi to meet the then Home Secretary Padmanabhan. I followed his advice, made a list of ISI training centres and successfully eliminated them," Rahman said, adding, there may be a few ISI elements active in the country as of now.

    Pointing to the helplessness of Pakistan government, Rahman said, "The main plotter of Mumbai attacks is walking freely and we can easily think what kind of position Nawaz Sharif has as Prime Minister there."


    http://economictimes.indiatimes.com...-bangladesh-diplomat/articleshow/49896138.cms
     
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  3. Bengal_Tiger

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    1. The Pakistanis care very little for Bengalis but have bitterness over their defeat in 1971 but due to their "nationalism" (Pakistan being an artificial country with virtually no history, thus the relatively short 2 decade union between Bangladesh and West Pakistan is blown up out of all proportion) feel that Bangladesh must always spiritually and emotionally be in "love" with Pakistan and spiritually be a crypto-Pakistan.

    2. Their main strategic agenda in Bangladesh is to use it as their eastern flank in their obsession with destroying, weakening India.

    Unfortunately they were very successful in doing that under the corrupt BNP regime allied to the totally Pakistani-controlled Jamaat (more Pakistani than Pakistanis themselves), which has now been removed from power and out of office for good part of a decade.

    3. They use the "Muslim card" cynically to exploit many emotional and naive Bengalis, but with an improving economy and living standards, Bangladeshi self-perception of themselves and pride will lead less to seek pride in a mythical Muslim "brotherhood" and even look down on Pakistan to an extent.

    4. The Pakistanis fundamentally hate Bangladesh and view Bengalis as an inferior people and have even sent ISI agents to destroy our economy, as they cannot stand the idea of a successful Bangladesh or one which is more successful than Pakistan at least.
     
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    Thanks Srinivas, good to be here!
     
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    Pakistan to summon Bangladesh High commissioner.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/998620/dhaka-executions-pakistan-to-summon-bangladeshs-envoy/



    - Pakistanis furious over the elimination of some of their assets in Bangladesh.

    - Pakistanis are also threatening to take Bangladesh to world organizations over this, oblivious to the fact that Bangladesh can raise the issue of the 1971 genocide which is even attested to by western journalists and even Pakistani generals condemning other Pakistani generals for their brutality.

    - Pakistanis cannot relinquish "east Pakistan" like this and feel that even the modern day Bangladesh must in emotional terms be at heart a "east Pakistan" and adore Pakistan, and hate India.

    These losers do not realise that we have 160 million mouths to feed and need to trade with our main neighbour, India and lift our population out of poverty, rather than fulfill the wet dreams of some whiskey drinking, orgy-going generals and politicians in Lahore and Islamabad.
     
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    Suspected Pakistani spy arrested in India says he entered through Bangladesh
    News Desk, bdnews24.com

    Published: 2015-11-28 10:28:19.0 BdST Updated: 2015-11-28 10:28:19.0 BdST


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    A Pakistani national in his early 30s suspected to be an agent of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has been arrested in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
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    UP police Inspector-General Sujit Pandey told the 'Times of India' newspaper that the man had already relayed classified information about military establishments and the movement of Army units to his Pakistan handlers.

    "He sneaked into India from Bangladesh on Feb 9, 2013," Pandey said. "He had come to Dhaka from Pakistan in January that year."

    Pandey said Mohammed Ejaz revealed during interrogation that he was sent from Karachi to Dhaka on January 31, 2013.

    "He was received in Dhaka by a man named ‘Probin’, who enabled his travel by boat to West Bengal and dropped him at the house of Mohammad Irshad, a resident of Matiya Burj (Kolkata) in West Bengal."

    Irshad and his son Ashraf, aided by a relative, helped Ejaz get a fake junior high school certificate, a voter ID and a ration card, the police official said after interrogating the Pakistani national.

    "These documents were used to open an account with the Central Bank of India."

    In West Bengal, he took up work as a videographer and married a woman from Ara district in Bihar. The man then lived in Bihar for a few months before moving to Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh in December 2014.

    At Bareilly, he began his spying assignment, working on a day job as a freelance video mixer. He got a fake Aadhar card (India's unique identification card) made, showing his original address in Bihar. In his Aadhar card, his name is shown as Mohammad Kalam.

    The surveillance network received a tip-off on Friday, with the information that he would be boarding a train to Delhi at 3pm from the Meerut Cantonment station.

    Acting on that information, the man was nabbed, Inspector General Pandey said.

    Pandey said Ejaz has already handed over classified information to his Pakistani handlers on the movement of the Sukhoi 30 combat aircraft and their hangars.

    "He had information about the anti-tank guided missile programme. He had in his possession video images of Mirage's emergency landing on Yamuna Expressway, the movement of the mountain brigade at Pithoragarh and information about an under-construction runway."

    Ejaz's bank account in India showed transactions of more than Rs 600,000 in the last two years, says the 'Times of India'.

    It said this money was transferred in instalments, once from Saudi Arabia then from Dubai.

    The newspaper quoted intelligence officials as saying Ejaz had sent his handlers information on cantonments in Bareilly, Meerut, Agra, Pithoragarh, Shahjahanpur and Mathura.

    "He was in contact with a man called Salim, an officer of the ISI. His family was receiving Rs 50,000 per month in Pakistan for his services."

    The 'Times of India' said that besides classified Army documents, sleuths in Meerut recovered a fake Aadhar card with a Bareilly address, a fake voter ID card made in West Bengal, a Delhi Metro traveller card and Nepali and Saudi currency from him.

    His laptop, pen drive and ATM card have been seized. A NADRA card (Pakistani national identity card) was also found, Pandey said.

    http://bdnews24.com/neighbours/2015...d-in-india-says-he-entered-through-bangladesh
     
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  8. Bengal_Tiger

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    1. Bangladesh and India are working together to systematically destroy the Pakistani-backed terrorist/espionage network in Bangladesh and India which amongst other things aims at destroying the Bangladesh economy, supporting terrorists in India and overthrowing the Bangladeshi government including the murder of current prime minister Hasina Wajid.

    2. This anti-terrorist campaign in my personal opinion must also be accompanied by a diplomatic campaign to urge GCC states to pressure Pakistan to stop destabilizing Bangladesh and India.

    - Oman: Could care less about Pakistan's terrorist agenda or about Saudi's either, the GCC state with the least Saudi influence e.g. good relations with Iran.

    - Kuwait: Pro-Bangladeshi, not particularly anti-Indian.

    - Qatar: Not as anti-Bangladesh or pro-Pakistan as Saudi

    - UAE: Has a degree of pro-Pakistan influence though ironically backed Baloch rebels to prevent Gwadar being a rival Arabian gulf port to Dubai. Has agreed to invest $75 billion in India.

    - Saudi Arabia (+Bahrain which it occupies as a protectorate): Anti-Bangladeshi with lots of heavy pro-Pakistan, pro-Jamaat influence, though this has decreased somewhat in the recent few years. It is really Saudi that needs to be targeted and asked to not provide any support for Pakistan in its campaign to destabilize India, and to go further and to pressure Pakistan to make peace with India.

    The backwards desert savages of Saudi could care less and their prime concern re Pakistan is a reliable mercenary force that can protect the kingdom if needed, everything else is secondary.

    However Saudis population is expanding and its oil revenues will decrease so Saudi cannot afford to be so lavish in sponsoring terrorists and radicals as it has been in the past few decades.
     
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    Pakistan diplomat's links with terror groups revealed
    Sumon Mahbub and Prokash Ranjan Biswas, bdnews24.com

    Published: 2015-12-14 21:01:22.0 BdST Updated: 2015-12-15 23:23:51.0 BdST


    Police have found evidence of the terror links of a Pakistani diplomat, according to documents available with bdnews24.com.
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    Some Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) activists recently arrested in Dhaka have blown the lid off these clandestine links during their interrogations, the documents relating to police investigation show.

    At least one JMB radical has testified to these links in a judicial confession.



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    Farina Arshad

    Pakistan High Commission's Second Secretary (political) Fareena Arshad is said to be involved with the Islamist radicals.


    Earlier in January this year, Mazhar Khan, a Pakistani official working in the Dhaka mission, had been expelled after Bangladesh intelligence accused him of funding Islamist radicals and peddling fake currency.

    Two of the four JMB radicals, including Idris Sheikh, arrested at Uttara and Khilgaon in Dhaka on Nov 29, were found to be carrying Pakistani passports, said Detective Branch's Joint Commissioner Monirul Islam at a press briefing at the time.

    Both these radicals had been travelling frequently between Bangladesh and Pakistan, he said.

    Monirul Islam said Idris was in possession of a 'spy mobile', which he was using to communicate regularly with a foreign intelligence agent outside the country.

    "He was regularly sharing information with that agent and was also in touch with a female diplomat based in Dhaka." The police officer did not disclose the diplomat's identity at that time.

    In his judicial confession before Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Abdullah Al Masud under Section 164 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), Idris named Second Secretary Farina Arshad as the diplomat he was in contact with.

    The Pakistan High Commission did not respond to bdnews24.com's attempts to cross-check details.

    Senior intelligence sources say another junior diplomat of same origin working in a European mission in Dhaka is alleged to have been involved in anti-Bangladesh propaganda.

    Idris details

    DB's Monirul Islam told journalists in November that Idris had visited Pakistan via India in 1985.

    He married a Pakistani school teacher, Shahnaz Begum, in 1990 and settled in that country. A son, Mohammed Adil, was born.

    In 2002, Idris contested national elections from Pakistan Muslim Alliance but lost. In 2007, he returned to Bangladesh and joined the JMB.

    Monirul Islam said Idris, 49, had been to Pakistan 48 times in the past two years.

    Idris told the magistrate that he had hailed from Chitolmari, Bagerhat and that his father, Kausar Sheikh, was no longer alive.

    About his links with Pakistani diplomat Fareena Arshad, Idris said on return to Bangladesh in 2007, he had first tried his hand in garment business, but five years later, he switched over to air ticketing and visa processing.

    That is when he first met Babul and then Kamal, who introduced himself as someone working for Pakistan intelligence.

    Idris said in the judicial confession that he had run up a huge debt to Babul who had frequently booked tickets for him. Babul, he said, left for Pakistan at one stage and gave him Farina's contact number.

    Idris said in his confession that Babul later told him that a man arrested for peddling counterfeit Indian currency in Dhaka airport was closely linked to Farina.

    On return from Pakistan, Idris married again – this time Manowara Begum from a neighbouring village. He has two daughters and a son with Manowara.

    Government sources said when Idris was arrested at Uttara, he introduced himself as a relative of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

    One government source said Idris had earlier been arrested on May 1, 2011 from the house of a top radical.

    At that time, he was found carrying 47 passports and a case was filed with the Airport Police.

    Idris said in his judicial confession that he got a ride from Farina in her car from Baitul Mukarram to Fakirapool and received Tk 30,000 from her.

    An intelligence official told bdnews24.com that Idris had saved a foreign number in his mobile phone as his own.

    That number actually belongs to a Pakistani intelligence official called Captain Asim, who is performing a crucial under-cover assignment based in an airport in Pakistan.

    The phone Idris carried had the capability to record conversations of other people using malware.

    http://bdnews24.com/bangladesh/2015/12/14/pakistan-diplomat-s-links-with-terror-groups-revealed
     
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    - There have been terrorist attacks in the country with alleged Pakistani involvement.

    - A government minister has spoken of reviewing diplomatic ties with Pakistan, this may even mean ending relations with Pakistan completely e.g. closing their "embassy" (massive ISI terrorist base) in Dhaka down.


    Pakistan seriously needs to be taught a massive lesson so that it will never dare try and sponsor terrorism in Bangladesh. I sincerely hope Baloch gain their freedom and the dismemberment of this vile country happens, this country which has led to the deaths of millions and suffering for tens, if not hundreds of millions.
     
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    @Bengal_Tiger I am assuming you're originally from Bangladesh? If so, take it from me...the fanatics in pakistn are the same as the fanatics in my country. The hindus here will hate you just for being a muslim. So they are as bad as islamic fanatics in pak.
     
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    What else we could expect from these jahil porkies. They don't let their own people in peace and we are foreigners to them. :pray:
     
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    No, discrimination may be done by grandparents, but my Mom-Dad's generation, me, we've plenty of Muslim friends. Neither they nor we watched any discrimination. o_O
     
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    He is false a flagger paki filth,or a self radicalized Indian Musalman.
     
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    Dont worry, bangladesh is moving towards progress and development...in 20 years time pakist would be lining up to get a visa for bangladesh....to work with their muslim brothers :p
     
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    1. I am not talking about individual people or even social issues of communalism I am talking about geo-politics and inter-state affairs.

    If Pakistan is trying to kill Bangladeshi civilians than the issue of Hindu nationalists is irrelevant, Bangladeshis need to defend themselves.

    If ISIS is trying to kill Syrian Muslims and Syrians said ISIS is not so bad because Hindu nationalists in India hate Muslims there is no relevance.




    2. Within the Hindu community itself there are divisions, some Marathis do not like people from the BIMARU region, many people do not like Biharis, there is the north-south divide, in the south there is the Tamil-Keralan dam dispute, so just because two different ethnic groups share the same religion be they Muslim, Hindu or Christian it does not render conflict between them impossible, it means that the conflict needs to be resolved.

    The point is here there is an intra-Muslim conflict, Pakistanis v Bengalis and Hindu nationalism is of no relevance, the issue here is to end this dispute. Closing the Pakistani embassy in Bangladesh maybe one step in doing this.




    3. I deplore communalism and hatred and have spoken out against it, exhibit A:


    "1. I believe this thread should be locked or deleted and the poster issued with a warning.

    This thread advocates violence against a religious community.


    2. Hindus are over 1 billion and live in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Indonesia, not to mention south Asians in Malaysia, East Africa, the west as well as converts.

    To advocate violence against a multi-national religious community and the use of weapons of mass destruction, because a few extremists committed a horrific atrocity is ridiculous.

    It is like a western-extremist saying all Muslims should be nuked because ISIS murdered some Christians."



    http://www.pashtunforums.com/showthread.php?t=48303


    I condemn "Islamists" in Pakistan, their surrogates in Bangladesh, and elsewhere who preach hatred against Hindus, and as a Muslim will obviously not agree with anyone who has hatred of Muslims.
     
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    Pakistanis are obsessed with Bangladesh even though we are 1,000 miles away from them and Iran is next door and they constantly boast of their supposedly being of "Iranian/Afghan/Turkish/Arab" blood i.e. non-Indic. Despite this they do not seek a confederation with Iran or Afghanistan both of whom hold them in contempt and view as inferior racially and both of whom prefer India to Pakistan. We kicked them out in 1971 but they are still obsessed with us and believe we have an obligation to have a special "affinity" with them.

    I believe the only solution is an end to Pakistan itself and to be replaced by new independent states such as Balochistan, Sindh etc.

    Pakistanis sent ISI agents to destroy our economy.


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    Link: http://www.thedailystar.net/frontpage/pakistani-caught-gazipur-87370


    But yeah soon our GDP per capita should be higher than theirs in a few years time and in a decade or two our overall GDP should be stronger, even I am surprised at the rapid pace of development.

    Good relations with our giant western neighbour with its 1 billion + market is an essential necessity for us to eliminate poverty as soon as possible, good relations that Pakistan does not want us to have with India due to jealousy of us (Bangladesh and India), hatred of India and bitterness over their 1971 defeat.
     
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    The Pakistanis use the Muslim card cynically for their own self-interest and benefit including in their hate-filled war against "evil Hindu India", however this is the actual reality.


    1. Afghan Muslims: Can't stand Pakistan, probably the most anti-Pakistan country on earth, far more than Bangladesh by miles. They blame Pakistan for ruining their country and supporting the Taliban. They have better relations with India.

    2. Iran: Do not hold a particularly high opinion of Pakistan and despite being immediate neighbours, both see each other as distant entities culturally and politically. Iranians for example generally hold a high opinion of Japan due to its economic achievements but regard Pakistan as a bit of a non-entity. Iran sometimes goes in to "mighty nuclear power", Pakistan's territory and kills Pakistani soldiers or civilians in pursuit of Baloch rebels. Iran also feels betrayed by Pakistan in the issue of pipelines with Iran building its side of the pipeline but Pakistan using excuses and not doing so on its side. The real reason is that Pakistan was told not to by Saudi, so much for Pakistani "independence".

    Iran prefers India to Pakistan including on the Kashmir issue, and it seems that now Iran has become indifferent to Jamaatis in Bangladesh who had long been courting Iran and deceiving it with false propaganda, so Iran can be said to be a pro-Bangladesh state too now, especially as it has sent senior Iranian leaders to Dhaka to talk about developing relations.

    3. Bangladesh: I could write books on this suffice to say it's obvious we don't really like the Pakistani military and regime.


    In other words these 3 Muslim states in the south of Asia (Iran is S.W. Asian) all hate Pakistan despite the whole "Muslim brothers" card of Pakistanis.

    Let no Indian be deceived that the Muslim states of South Asia have some special fondness for it, far from it, Afghans, Iranians and Bangladeshis all view Pakistan as a source of terrorism, war criminals, backstabbing and treachery.
     
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    @genius is either a false-flagger or a Jamaat e Islami type guy who loves Pakistan more than his own country. Its a well known fact on this forum. Dont take him too seriously.
     
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    ^^ The REAL issue is Indian Muslims MENTALITY (majority are sunnis like Pakis)they see Bangladesh/Indonesian Muslims are inferior that is why we never ever have any cultural/cordial relations with BD/Indonesia. Khangress(&Muslim parties) party always try to appease Paki/Saudi masters and loath BD/IN even though both are the biggest/closest Muslim countries to India for 1000's of years.

    Ex: Bollywood/television series always recruit Paki actors and import paki programs but never ever care about BD/IN actors and programs even though they above two countries are the most consumers/viewers for Indian content.Same goes to Sports/Cultural/Relations/Travel and so on.

    Even Iran has 1000 years good relations with India still Indian Muslims/Secular parties only appease Porki&Saudi masters.Strange but true.:mad2:
     
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    But Bangladesh is also majority Sunni? Or Pakis think that they are Arabs and Bengalis are local Hindu converts?
     
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