National Security Adviser Dr Moeed Yusuf said India’s aim was to target Pakistan, however Pakistan’s direction was focused on achieving “economic stability and peace”.
He said the world needed to “update its narrative” by not listening to “India mafia” that violated international laws, some having penalty of 20 years sentence.
He said the government had already put forth irrefutable evidence extensively documenting India’s agenda and would continue to highlight it at every forum.
Dr Yusuf mentioned that India Chronicles was continuation of the Report that had previously uncovered the Indian propaganda body carrying out anti-Pakistan activities and cyber warfare led by Srivastava group of India.
He recalled that in December 2019, the same lab published a report revealing an Indian woman Madhi Sharma who played a role in the European Union, which was later discovered as a project of India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).
The National Security Adviser said India used fake think-tanks to launch reports, got anti-Pakistan articles written by interns and used fake letterheads of EU to propagate its ill designs.
Dr Yusuf said the 80-page report revealed the same Sri Vastu Group as part of the same network as mentioned by Pakistan in the dossier earlier presented before the world.
The Group, he said, belonged to Indian intelligence agencies and mentioned that some Pakistanis also attended their events.
The NSA said similar networks were being used to carry out propaganda on Gilgit Baltistan and Balochistan and spread false information.
He said Pakistan was committed to ensure peace in Afghanistan, however India was putting in efforts to present a distorted image of the situation at international level.
Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood was also present during the press conference.