Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has once again admitted to conspiring to divide Pakistan and confessed Indian role in separating Bangladesh from Pakistan on December 16, 1971.
Modi addressed a ceremony organised in New Delhi where he talked about Fall of Dhaka and following India’s decade’s old false stance, he said that Indian army outshone Pakistani troops in 1971 war.
He used the platform to shush honest viewpoints of the opposition members after they had demanded proofs of Indian ‘surgical strike’ in Pakistan in September, a claim that was refuted by the world media and international powers for having no grounds.
In September, after an attack on Indian Brigade Headquarters in Baramulla District of occupied Kashmir valley claimed over 18 lives, Indian government and military made a mockery of institutions by making claims of crossing the Line of Control (LoC) in the dark hours and decimating ‘terror launch pads’ before returning after ‘successful mission’.
The claims were refuted by the media and Pakistan Army among others as there were no decimated structures, casualties and shells while not a single troop would have crossed the LoC without a bullet going through his head and that only had he missed a mine.
However, Modi’s speech came on the day when Pakistan marks the 45th anniversary of Fall of Dhaka as India succeeded in dividing East Pakistan and West Pakistan through its covert and public role on December 16, 1971.