Call Pak’s Pathankot Bluff NOW!!!

India could call Pakistan’s obfuscating bluff over our neighbouring nation’s worst export product – terrorism now in connection with the Pathankot terrorist attack.

The olive branch has been extended by the United States of America.


Pakistan has done a series of flip-flops in several matters concerning India.

One of them is the canard about the ill-health of wanted terrorist fugitive Dawood Ibrahim spread in India with active participation by sections of the corrupt paid media.

Dawood’s lackeys operate from Mumbai with impunity. One of them – Rafique Malik Tejani has offices within 500 metres of Maharashtra police headquarters.

Dawood is suspected to have played a role in sinking India’s naval submarine Sindhurakshak.

The matter was brought to the notice of the Central Bureau of Investigation, the Mumbai Police and the PMO in 2015 March.

For reasons best known to India’s federal machinery called the National Intelligence Agency – meant to combat terrorism – the possibilities of rendering Pakistan’s Pathankot misadventure into its Waterloo have been wantonly missed.

There is a lot worse. The gaping holes in Pakistan’s narrative over the terrorist incident and its silly claim on Jammu & Kashmir are being repeatedly overlooked by some of the highly paid blooks in India’s central spooks’ departments.

New possibilities have emerged now.

Operative excerpts from a media report:

“The Department of Justice [DOJ] and the FBI Office of Legal Attaché provided substantial assistance to the Government of India in the ongoing investigation into the attack at Pathankot Airbase in early January 2016.”

Held in partnership with the Home Ministry and the Mumbai Police on the Indian side, US Embassy’s FBI Office of Legal Attaché Ashish L Sawkar, and the Department of Justice’s Office of International Affairs on the side of the Americans, the two-day event will prepare Indian prosecutors and investigators to learn the ropes from the DOJ and FBI to proceed legally against criminals abroad.

The statement by United States’ embassy that it has provided “substantial assistance” to India in the investigations into the Pathankot terror attack. The US Department of Justice and the FBI will also extend assistance to Indian investigators and prosecutors as to how to request for evidence from America under Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty [MLAT].

During the ensuing MLAT Mumbai workshop, case-specific requests in order to expedite India’s demand for evidence located in the US for use in Indian-based investigations, will be pursued, a US Embassy communiqué said.

Part of a greater effort by the US and Indian law enforcement officials to increase cooperation and information sharing, it said.

The event will also showcase some of the FBI’s current investigative techniques used domestically for securing digital evidence in ongoing investigations.

Author: haritsv

42 years' unblemished record of being an investigative journalist. Print quality journalist in 3 languages - English, Tamil, Hindi. Widely travelled, worldwide. Cantankerous and completely honest.

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