EU Disinfo Lab uncovers the real dirty face of India: Ali Raza Syed

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Brussels (PR)Chairman Kashmir Council Europe (KC-EU) Ali Raza Syed has said, by revealing facts about Indian negative propaganda network, the EU Disifo Lab unmasked real dirty face of India.In a statement while welcoming the investigations reported by EU Disinfo Lab concerning Indian secret disinformation network in Europe said, this is a very important development.It is important to mention that the findings of the EU Disinfo Lab revealed that the Indian propaganda network attempted to influence European parliamentarians in Brussels and as well as UN’s Human Rights Council in Geneva. The network was trying to achieve its goals through suspected and fake NGOs, more than 700 fake media outlets and fabricated or stolen identities of other people.Chairman KC-EU said, India is creating negative impression against Pakistan for a long time as well as by the launching propaganda, it hides severe violations of human rights in occupied Kashmir.The pro India secret network was not only involved in negative propaganda against Pakistan while it was also keeping atrocities committed by the Indian forces in occupied Kashmir out of sight of the world. Reality is that falsehood can not prevailed for a long time. It should be uncovered and unveiled sooner or later.Ali Raza Syed said, since last year by revoking the special status of Kashmir, India increased its brutal acts of state terrorism in Occupied Kashmir and even the people of Kashmir are deprived of basic rights as human being.Not only the people of Jammu and Kashmir, while lower castes and religious minorities in India are also not safe from the Indian state brutalities.Chairman Kashmir Council EU urged the international community and specially EU not to be impressed by the Indian propaganda.Ali Raza Syed determined that he and his organization KC-EU would continue its efforts to defuse the disinformation and negative Indian propaganda while will raise the voice against the Indian atrocities in the occupied Kashmir.