Pakistan Media on India Latest News, Terror Funding LOC, Promotes Khalistani, California Almonds

Pakistan Media on India, Pakistan Latest News 23 April 2019,  California Almonds Terror Funding LOC Line of Control, Pakistan Media Promotes Khalistani Master Mind Gopal Singh Chalwa, Yasin Malik arrest for Terror Financing, Baluchistan Latest News 23 April 2019.

Pakistan LOC Latest News 2019:  Indian has stopped all types of trade from LOC (Line of Control) after founding some illegal activities going in LOC Boarder. Due to trade stoppage taken by India, Pakistan says high level angry statement from its Home Ministry office and also says this is one sided (Ek tarfa) decision and India don’t want peace with us.

Why India Stopped LOC Trade with Pakistan: Latest News 23 April Information given by Intelligence bearer of India, Pakistan smuggler is working on Fake Currency transportation in India, Smuggling Drugs through Normal Trade of Tomato, Salt, Milk etc.

California Almond: Due to High Quality of California Almond is now become yet another terror funding from pakistan. More than 400 crore trade done every year to dismantle public areas.

Yasin Malik Arrested For Terror Funding: Main Head of Kashmir Liberation Front Yasin Malik is arrested by Indian Authority due to Terror Funding supported in Jammu Kashmir.

Khalistani Group News 23 April: Pakistan Yet Again Added Gopal Singh Chawla, Khalistani Group D supporter in Baisakhi Festival, Pakistan. As per news Gopal Singh Chawla is Secretary of Pakistan Sikh Gurudwara Prabanddhak Committee. After 16 April meeting of India and Pakistan which was not fully succeeded due to Pakistan daily policy to destabilize India, Yet again added name Gopal Chawla name in Pakistan Sikh Committee.

Baluchistan News: Pakistan has sent strong statement cum letter to Pakistan after 14 People killed in Unpeace Baluchistan Area. In Route of Karachi and Gwadar City 14 People was travelling through bus but suddenly 20 people wearing Soldier Dress came and ask people to show identity and killed 14 people.