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In the murky world of clandestine operations and covert strategies, the recent revelation surrounding the killing of Riyaz Ahmed, a prominent Lashkar-e-Taiba commander, has once again brought to light the intricate maneuvers of intelligence agencies. According to reports from British daily newspaper- Guardian News, Ahmed’s demise in September last year was allegedly orchestrated by RAW, India’s external intelligence agency, utilizing a tactic straight from the Islamist playbook – branding him an infidel.

The modus operandi, as per Pakistani authorities, unveils a chilling narrative of manipulation and radicalization. The alleged assassin, Muhammad Abdullah, a 20-year-old from Lahore, purportedly fell prey to the siren call of extremism through a Telegram channel believed to be frequented by individuals seeking to join the ranks of the Islamic State (IS). Unbeknownst to him, this virtual sanctuary had been infiltrated by RAW agents, casting a web of deceit that ultimately led to Ahmed’s demise.

Abdullah’s account, pieced together by Pakistani investigators, paints a intriguing picture of how he was lured into a web of violence under the guise of religious duty. Promised the opportunity to fight for IS in Afghanistan, Abdullah was tasked with a macabre initiation – to eliminate an “infidel” within Pakistan. Riyaz Ahmed, with his affiliation to Lashkar-e-Taiba, emerged as the designated target.

The execution of this nefarious plan occurred during the tranquil hours of early morning prayers at a mosque in Rawalkot, where Ahmed was mercilessly gunned down by Abdullah. The aftermath of the incident saw the swift apprehension of the assailant by Pakistani authorities, shedding light on the intricate web of manipulation orchestrated by RAW.

This sinister revelation underscores the lengths to which intelligence agencies are willing to go in their pursuit of strategic objectives. By exploiting the vulnerabilities of impressionable individuals and harnessing the rhetoric of extremism, they sow seeds of discord and perpetuate violence in the name of national interest.

The ramifications of such clandestine operations extend far beyond the immediate target, sending shockwaves throughout Terror communities in Pakistan for long had though they are safe in Pakistan. In the case of Riyaz Ahmed, his death serves as a stark reminder of the PM Modi’s Slogan of ” Ghar Me Ghus ke marna ” ( Will beat you inside your own House)