Journalists come forward to protect banned groups after revelations of RAW’s agent

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Saturday, 26 March 2016

Journalists come forward to protect banned groups after revelations of RAW’s agent

Shiite News: RAW’s agent Kulbhushan Yadav, arrested from Baluchistan, has revealed that he had strong links with separatist groups and banned religious organizations and he used to lead sectarian terrorism and target killing in Baluchistan and Karachi.

This revealed the real faces of people and groups involved in spreading terrorism and sectarianism in Pakistan. Shiite News have been asking the government and security agencies, since a long time, to locate the roots of these terrorists carrying out terrorism in the name of religion and now the arrest of Indian secret agent has proved Shiite News’ claims true.

Since the realities of these so-called religious parties has now been revealed, their journalist facilitators have come forward to protect them and have been trying to relate the arrested RAW agent to Iran and have been trying to prove that Yadav was in contact with Shia parties and he had been spreading sectarianism and terrorism in the country upon Iran’s will.

Ummat Akhbar and its journalist from Lahore Khalid Shahzad Farooqui are on the top of the list of those journalists and media groups which have been trying to protect the banned groups and so-called religious parties.

But everyone is aware of the fact that Shia nation has suffered the most with the ongoing terrorism and sectarianism in the country and has lost thousands of its innocent people, including doctors, lawyers, engineers, educationists, students, speakers and religious scholars. Around sixty thousand Shia Muslims have so far been killed by these takfiri terrorists in Pakistan.

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