Indian media seems to have figured out the formula for fooling its masses as it breaks another story revolving around the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). Pakistan, ISI, spy, locusts, and pigeons seem to be the favorite talking points of the media across the border these days. Their obsession with Pakistan is not coming to a stop.
With lockdown and gathering restrictions in place, the Indian media knows how to keep their audiences glued to TV screens, or not.
Pakistan Sent Terror Trained Locust Operatives to Destroy India, Claims Indian Media
Sharing the video of a person on a motorcycle, the Indian media has labeled the man as an ISI operative tailing top Indian diplomat in Islamabad. Little do they know that Islamabad is in close proximity to Rawalpindi, the home of Pindi Boys. As per the Indian media, all the Pindi Boys chasing off luxury cars are ISI operatives.
India’s ANI reported:
Vehicle of India’s Chargé d’affaires Gaurav Ahluwalia was chased by a Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) member. ISI has stationed multiple persons in cars and bikes outside his residence to harass and intimidate him.
Another media outlet, India Today, also reported the same:
A senior Indian diplomat was harassed by the men associated with ISI in Pakistan. The ISI men waited outside India’s Chargé d’affaires Gaurav Ahluwalia’s residence and then followed his cars, trying to intimidate him. A video of the incident shows a man chasing the diplomat’s car.
Here’s the video:
#WATCH Islamabad: Vehicle of India's Chargé d'affaires Gaurav Ahluwalia was chased by a Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) member. ISI has stationed multiple persons in cars and bikes outside his residence to harass and intimidate him. pic.twitter.com/TVchxF8Exz
— ANI (@ANI) June 4, 2020
Note: The featured image is for illustration purposes only and does not represent the actual person in the report.
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title image is illustration purpose……..Hahah
LOL! Illustration image as an article’s cover! ProPk on its way to be “A mini Indian media”.