Was Pulwama attack Modi conspiracy? Arnab Goswami’s scary WhatsApp chat goes viral

Indian anchor Arnab Goswami already knew about the Pulwama attack and Balakot airstrike, shocking revelations in WhatsApp leak chat

Screenshots of a conversation between Arnab Goswami, editor-in-chief of Republic TV, and Perth Das Gupta, former CEO of BARC, before the Pulwama attack and Balakot, are going viral on social media. In which surprising revelations have been made.

It is clear from the WhatsApp chat that went viral on social media that Indian anchor Arnab Goswami already knew about the Pulwama attack. So that he can create an atmosphere of war already and provoke the people.

The WhatsApp conversation also pointed out how government employees killed their soldiers and helped Modi, and his Bharatiya Janata Party won the elections.

The Indian government celebrated the victory by killing 40 of its troops, while India blamed Pakistan directly for the deaths of 40 soldiers in the Pulwama attack, which Pakistan independently investigated. Was offered, from which India has been fleeing to this day.

It may be recalled that a car bomb blast in Pulwama district of Occupied Kashmir on February 14 killed 40 Indian soldiers, which was traditionally blamed by India on Pakistan without any evidence or investigation.

Later, things did not end there, but Indian anchor Arnab Goswami made the atmosphere even tenser by the February 14 Pulwama attack.

On February 26, the Indian Air Force violated the Line of Control by bombing trees, claiming that they had attacked Jaish-e-Muhammad’s camp. Arnab also knew about the attack in advance, as evidenced by his viral chat.

In response to the February 26 violation of the Line of Control by Indian aircraft, Pakistan Air Force planes shot down two Indian aircraft on February 27, surprising India.

Meanwhile, in its retaliatory attack, the Pakistan Air Force had arrested the wing commander of the Indian Air Force, Abhi Nandan.

The Indian people and celebrities are asking the Modi government how Arnab Goswami knew that an attack would take place in Kashmir.

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