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Close associates of Narendra Modi involved in assassination plots abroad

Ajit Doval and Sumant Goyal did not respond to The Washington Post’s calls and text messages in this regard

The newspaper’s investigation, based on interviews with officials and experts from several countries, highlights the RAW campaign against Indian immigrants around the world.

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Washington: While Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was engrossed in American euphoria, an officer of India’s intelligence service gave final instructions to a mercenary team to kill one of the most vocal critics of Narendra Modi in America. had lived.

The Washington Post has reported that Vikram Yadav, an officer of India’s secret agency RAW, sent instructions to a mercenary hit team when Narendra Modi was being hosted at the White House last year.

It is part of a broader investigation by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and other agencies, according to current and former Western security officials, including senior RAW officials.

Referring to these reports, the post said that the US intelligence agencies had inferred that the operation targeting Graptunat Singh Pannu was sanctioned by the then RAW chief Sumant Goyal.

Sumant Goyal urged activists to target and kill Sikh activists in North America, saying that killing is a priority.

The Washington Post wrote that the plots to kill Indian citizens in the US and Canada are part of a growing wave of Indian aggression against dissident groups seeking protection in other countries.

The report identified Vikram Yadav’s memo as indicating that the Indian government was ready to send cross-border agents to subdue political enemies and ignore the sovereignty of host countries.

Vikram Yadav forwarded details about target Sikh activist Gruptwant Singh Panon, including his New York address, the report said, adding that as soon as the would-be killer confirmed that American citizen Gruptwant Singh Panon was at home, the memo said. Permission will be granted by us to proceed.

The report also claimed that US intelligence agencies had speculated that Narendra Modi’s national security adviser Ajit Doval might have known about the plan to kill RAW’s Sikh activists, but officials insisted that the reference Neither Ajit Doval nor Sumant Goyal responded to The Washington Post’s calls and text messages in this regard.

The report also unearthed shocking details of alleged assassination plots by RAW agents targeting critics of Narendra Modi living in the US and Canada, highlighting The extent to which India went to stifle dissent outside its borders and its diplomacy suffered as a result.

The Washington Post investigation, based on interviews with officials and experts from several countries, highlights the growing campaign of aggression by RAW against the Indian diaspora around the world, and how Sikhs are accused of disloyalty to Narendra Modi’s government. Being targeted.

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