By Sanjeev Pargal
JAMMU, July 17: Intelligence agencies were reported to have written to External Affairs Ministry seeking action against a Netherlands based Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), a Kolkatta based female Professor, an Ahmedabad based Advocate and a host of "anti-India Indians" who have joined hands not only to carry out strong anti-India propaganda in Europe but were also found in raising funds for terror outfits operating in Kashmir.
Official sources told the Excelsior that the Intelligence agencies have identified nearly a dozen citizens of India, who had recently joined hands along with some Kashmir based separatists operating in United States and London and a Netherlands based NGO, to project what they described "strong human rights violations" in Kashmir at different forums in Europe. They were also reported to have raised funds worth several crores through different forums for terror funding in Kashmir.
Sources said the Intelligence agencies here after obtaining a detailed report of anti-India propaganda and terror funds raised in Europe have written to the External Affairs Ministry to take action against the Indian citizens involved in the plot and cancel their visa.
According to sources, IKV Pax Christi, a Netherlands based NGO was used by a Kolkatta based female Professor, who was reported to have strong links with Pakistan's spy wing Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), an Ahmedabad based Advocate, a New Delhi based "human rights activist" and about half a dozen "influential persons" of Kashmir to carry out a strong anti-India propaganda on Kashmir and raise funds for the terrorists.
Ghulam Nabi Fai, a known anti-Indian presently operating from America, was said to have utilised all his resources in Europe for anti-India propaganda and utilising the occasion for raising funds for terrorism.
According to sources, Pakistan Embassies in Europe have also played a significant role in anti-India resolutions including a warning to India that the country would be fully responsible if anything happened to Kolkatta based woman and a "human rights activist" of Kashmir, who continued to insist that a large number of people were missing in Kashmir while as the agencies have asserted that most of them have joined militancy and the number of "actually missing persons" was very few.
Sources said about 20 days back also an "advisory" had been dispatched by the State Intelligence agencies that this bunch of "anti-India Indians" have joined hands for anti-India resolutions and terror raising funds.
However, now, the response of the Foreign Ministry was very positive and they were expected to come down very heavily on anti-India protagonists. The External Affairs Ministry is likely to approach Netherlands High Commission to take action against their NGO for providing not only misleading information but the "data far from truth" in Europe against India on Kashmir. The Government is likely to seek complete ban on any international aid for Netherlands NGO.
The Ministry, sources revealed, was also actively considering cancellation of visa of Kolkatta based woman and Ahmedabad based Advocate.