Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Fawad Chaudhry revealed proof of fake Indian accounts which sent threats to New Zealand after which they called off the Pakistan tour.
In a press conference on Wednesday, Fawad shared that the Indian propaganda against New Zealand’s tour to Pakistan had started in August.
“On August 21, a fake Facebook account named Ahsanullah Ahsan [ex spokesperson TTP and JUA] posted about a possible attack on the New Zealand team. Later on August 21, an Indian publication Sunday Guardian published an article, claiming a possible terror attack on New Zealand in Pakistan,” he disclosed.
“On August 24, Martin Guptill’s wife received an email [Proton mail] which read that her husband will be killed in a terror attack in Pakistan. However, after all these things, New Zealand came to Pakistan and spent three days in tight security where they also had training sessions in Pindi Stadium,” Fawad maintained.
The minister added that everything was going well until a fake threatening email was sent to New Zealand on September 17 from an account which last operated in India.
“On September 17 at 11:25 am (PST), an Indian fake account named firstname.lastname@example.org sent a threatening email to New Zealand from India by using VPN, and Singapore was set as the location. The email read that the New Zealand team will suffer a terror attack in Pakistan. This mail address was made just 15 minutes before the delivery of the only email and it was registered on an Indian number belongs to a man named Om Prakash from Mumbai, Maharashtra,” he continued.
Meanwhile, Fawad also disclosed that West Indies has already received a threat before their tour to Pakistan in December this year.