ISI is “Planning” to attack India via Nepal; Indian Claims

India does not leave any opportunity to defame Pakistan and ISI, another ridiculous attempt by Indian authorities to malign Pakistan, media outlets from India have quoted Bihar Police as saying that the country is at threat by men infected by the new COVID-19 whom Islamabad is trying to send to India via Nepal.
According to Indian media reports, the Sashatra Seema Bal (SSB one of India’s Central Armed Police Forces manning the Indo-Nepal border, has written a letter to authorities in Bihar’s Champaran district, apprising them of a “racket being operated from Nepal have contacts with Pak Agency ISI to spread coronavirus in India”.

As per the letter sent by SSB, a resident in Nepal is trying to send positive coronavirus Indian Muslims to India through the Bihar border with the ulterior motive of disseminating the virus in India. The letter also states that Pakistani men already infected by COVID-19 may also be infiltrated to India via the Indo-Nepal border.
According to DGP Patna Gupteshwar Pandey, “All top police officials of the districts bordering Nepal have been alerted of possible infiltration attempts, till date (11-04-2020) we don’t have any information that anybody had entered in India and it’s very difficult, borders are completely sealed.”

As per the letter sent by SSB, we came to know that there are 5 to 6 Pakistani nationals in Nepal who came from other countries but Pakistan has not claimed yet that there is any Pakistani who tested positive stopped in Nepal.
Both Pakistan and India are suffering in the global battle against COVID-19 that has so far claimed 72 lives in Pakistan and at least 239 in India. The number of infections in Pakistan and India stands at 4,788 and 7,447, respectively.
By the time this report was filed, nearly 1.7 million global infections had been reported with over 102,000 deaths.

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Rana Ali Zohaib

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