30th August 2019 Indian Army Ready to Kill Pakistan Jihadists and Terrorist that Pakistan Army is trying to push

Pakistan Jihad Terrorist Factories on the Boil. Jihad Fervor Grips Pakistanis

Pakistan Jihad Terrorist Factories are working overtime to ferment Jihadist fervor among the Pakistanis. Pakistan always diverts its public attention to India and specifically Kashmir whenever the Pakistan Economy is in shambles. In order to divert public attention from the Economic Bankruptcy, increasing prices, mounting debt, rising inflation, Pakistan has resorted to the Jihad rhetoric to create a delusion about Kashmiri Muslims in trouble.

Read more
8th July 2019 Pakistan DG ISPR Asif Gafoor glorifying a Terrorist of Globally Designated Terrorist organization

FATF Grey Listed Pakistan lands into another controversy; Glorifies Terrorist

Pakistan DG ISPR dragged himself into another controversy by putting a tweet glorifying a terrorist from a globally designated terrorist organisation.It is already known to the world that Hizb-ul-Mujahideen is a global terrorist organization and its poster boy Burhan Wani was encountered by India on this day three years ago.

Read more
1st July 2019 Smoke from the car bomb blast in Kabul Afghanistan can be seen from a distance

Taliban Terrorists attack Kabul, Afghanistan : 40 Civilians killed, 100 injured including children

FATF Grey Listed Pakistan supported Taliban Terrorists detonated a powerful car bomb in an area of Afghanistan’s capital housing military and government buildings, killing 40 civilians and injuring over 100 civilians including school children. A private war museum, a television station, 3 schools, and sports agencies were damaged by the car bomb blast by Terrorist Taliban.

Read more
30th June 2019 Afghanistan Army on an Operation

4 Humvees detonated by Taliban Suicide bombers in Kandahar, Afghanistan: 154 Taliban Terrorists killed in last 4 days

FATF Grey Listed Nation Pakistan supported Taliban Terrorists detonated Four Humvees on Sunday morning in Maroof district of Afghanistan’s Kandahar province. At least 19 people including 8 Election commission employees were killed in the suicide attacks.

Read more