India Withdraws from Meeting After Remote ViewingIndia all of a sudden decided not to attend the SAARC meeting with the seven South Asian field intelligence after remote viewers in India’s military intelligence and satellite feed from communications channels confirmed that Islamic militants were planning a major strike against Indian leaders during the SAARC meeting.
India all of a sudden decided not to attend the SAARC meeting with the seven South Asian countries next week. Expressing shock and dismay at India’s decision not to attend the SAARC summit, Bangladesh on Wednesday accused New Delhi of holding the seven-nation club “hostage to bilateral considerations.”
“We are shocked and dismayed at the unwarranted and unexpected decision of the government of India not to attend the 13th SAARC summit when all preparations had been completed to keep the SAARC spirit and process alive,” the foreign ministry said in a statement.
When the Indian decision was announced (by Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran in New Delhi) the pre-summit process had already started with full participation of all seven member states “in a friendly and congenial atmosphere,” the statement said. “The reason given for this decision as far as it relates ”to the security situation in Dhaka” are unacceptable and rejected outright,” the statement said.
According to sources in New Delhi, field intelligence, remote viewers in India’s military intelligence RAW and satellite feed from communications channels confirmed that Islamic militants were planning a major strike against Indian leaders during the SAARC meeting. Bangladesh has harbored Islamic militants and has secret training camps to train them.
According to field intelligence and remote viewers’ militants were well positioned to strike a major blow of catastrophic nature against India in Dhaka. A team of security experts who is in Dhaka investigated the suspected breach of security and possible means by which the Islamic militants can attack the Indian leaders in Dhaka. They were surprised at the pin pointed source of problem provided by the remote viewers and field intelligence.
India had no plans to cancel the plan of attending the meeting. As a matter of fact some solid breakthrough in relations between India and Pakistan was expected in the meeting and India was looking forward to the same.
The Islamic militancy in Bangladesh is on rise and is a major problem in the region. These Islamic militants with sympathy from the pro-Islamic Government are also assassinating the opposition leaders in Bangladesh.
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