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India’s 5th generation warfare on Kashmir targetted us in 6 different domains: Pak army

The Pakistan Army said on Monday that the past decade was tenuous even as India took the support of fifth-generation warfare. 

Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar, the spokesman of the army’s media wing – the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), made the remarks during a press conference wherein he highlighted the challenges Pakistan faced in the last 10 years. 

The DG ISPR said there had been an increase in ceasefire violations by Indian troops, who had ‘especially targeted’ the civilian areas near the Line of Control including women, children and the elderly.

“From 2014 and 2020, there has been a manifold increase in CFVs. Most CFVs took place in 2019 whereas most civilian casualties occurred in 2018,” he said.

Besides the CFVs, India took the support of fifth-generation warfare. “Recently, as a result of the EU DisinfoLab report, irrefutable evidence is coming forward,” he said.

He said India was using fake NGOs and INGOs to propagate anti-Pakistan narrative globally. “If analysed, they badly damaged Pakistan’s respect,” Maj Gen Iftikhar said, adding that Pakistan was targeted in six different domains including terrorism, economy, diplomacy, fomenting chaos, Kashmir and social issues.

He added about the damage caused to the Kashmir cause by the disinformation: “On one hand Indian aggression was hidden; on the other, fake material regarding Article 370 was published. Members of the EU parliament were given private tours of Kashmir but presented as official members.”

He said while Pakistan was eliminating ‘terrorist’ organisations and ‘terrorists’ and fighting disinformation during the last 10 years, India had increased CFVs and was carrying out the worst human rights violations in its controlled Kashmir.

 “In February 2019, it made an unsuccessful attempt at aggression against Pakistan, the proof of which international organisations have placed in front of the world.”

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