Mumbai attacks were planned by Indian agencies to isolate Pakistan and increase Indian military budget, reveals international author
LAHORE: Mumbai attacks were planned by Indian agencies to isolate Pakistan and increase Indian military budget, reveals international author Elias Davidson.
Author of the book ‘Betrayal of India’ Elias Davidson on Saturday said that the basic objective of Mumbai Attacks was to isolate Pakistan and to increase its military budget.
As per details, a ceremony was held in Punjab University about the book ‘Betrayal of India’. Writer Elias Davidson exposes the bitter truth of proxy war within the region in his book. The Author also exposed the real face of India before the world.
Addressing to the ceremony he said, “India’s allegations on Pakistan about Mumbai Attacks were baseless and the prime objective was to isolate Pakistan and increasing its defence budget.
“The language of the attackers was Hindi not Urdu and talks were unnatural,” added Elias.
“India also failed to provide the concrete evidence against Pakistan’s involvement in the attack,” he said.
“However, India alleged that Pakistan is involved in Mumbai, Pathankot, Pulwama and Samjhota Express attacks despite being short on evidence,” he concluded.
He also said that the basic aim of the book was to find facts about India’s allegations. India is unserious to conclude the trial of the Mumbai attacks as it will expose his real face before the world.
Brig (R) Mansoor Saeed also address the ceremony and said that the prime objective of India’s allegations towards Pakistan was to hide the facts of the attacks from its public.