How radicals trying to enter Punjab through soft parties?

The radicals have been targeting Punjab again and trying to enter into the state by baiting the political leaders of Congress and AAP. As per the information, the new Pak Army Chief Kamar Javed Bajwa is the first cousin of the Congress MP Partap Bajwa.

According to the sources, the new Pakistan’s Army Chief is constantly in touch with Bajwa. They both had a word with each other on last Saturday when Bajwa assumed the charge of Pak Army Chief. Another day the Nabha jail break incident happened.

Hence it is proved that the Partap Bajwa shared the secret information of the state security with his cousin. The intelligence agencies have been investigating the link between Partap Bajwa and Nabha jail break.

The radicals are behind the Nabha jail break incident and Partap Bajwa shared the information of jail to his cousin. Another leader who is a soft target for radicals is Capt Amarinder Singh who is a close friend of Pak journalist Aroosa Alam.

The ISI has planted Aroosa so that the agency could get maximum details of Punjab from Amarinder through Aroosa. Amarinder was an easy target for them because he enjoys the company of beautiful women.

The new party Aam Aadmi Party has become the easy prey for radicals. The party has been receiving the foreign funding from the radicals who are trying to enter in Punjab politics. The radicals have been funding the foreign tours of AAP leaders so that the AAP could work on their directions.

Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann had several clandestine meetings with the radicals in abroad. Even the various NRI units have exposed the fact that AAP leaders are in touch with radicals. Moreover, they are getting huge funding from the radical groups.

According to the intelligence agencies, the radical groups have been targeting such leaders to spoil the environment of Punjab.

 

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