Pakistan's ISI behind the deadly violence across India and especially New Delhi, claims Indian Intelligence Agencies

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Pakistan's ISI behind the deadly violence across India and especially New Delhi, claims Indian Intelligence Agencies

*NEW DELHI*: Pakistan's ISI behind the deadly violence across India and especially New Delhi, claims Indian Intelligence Agencies.

Pakistan’s spy agency - Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) - is conspiring to trigger communal riots and create unrest across the country.

According to the sources in the intelligence agencies, the recent violence in the northeast districts of Delhi is being seen as the handiwork of the ISI. Intelligence sources claimed that the sleeper cells of underworld and ISI agents in India are funding few Indian social media handles and websites to promote fake news to bring instability in the country, Zee News has reported.

To execute its anti-India design, the ISI is also mobilising high-quality Fake Indian Currency Notes to India via Nepal and Dubai.

The inputs gathered by the intelligence agencies have revealed that these fake currency has striking resemblance to the genuine Indian currency as it matches 7 out of 9 security features, making it highly difficult for an ordinary man to identify them.

These face currency notes are being produced in Karachi. The ISI is also using underworld's network to bring these fake notes to India so that it can be used for anti-national activities.

The ISI is also using pro-pakistan sympathisers and illegal Muslim immigrants to incite nationwide riots and violence across India.

According to sources, ISI is inciting Muslims for stone-pelting in sensitive cities across the country to disrupt the peace and normalcy in the country. It is also providing them adequate funds to continue anti-India protests over issues like CAA, NRC and NPR.

The ISI angle is also being looked into the violence that erupted during the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests in Delhi's Jamia Nagar, Seelampur, Jaffrabad and other districts of Northeast Delhi.

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