The British government is always looking for people to work with them and for them as they advance their political agenda, and globally.
I have written about this before…
Zafrullah Khan’s full account of the incident
“””In the middle of 1974 they devised a plan which was aimed at provoking anger and
rancour against the Ahmadiyya Cominunity which unfortunately succeeded only too well in its immediate purpose.An incident was staged at the Rabwah railway station, which was so managed that a party of students who belonged to an organization bitterly hostile to the Movement succeeded in provoking a number of Ahmadis, who happened to be present at the railway station when the train carrying the students arrived, into a conflict in which slight injuries were inflicted on some of the students in the party. At the next stop of the train preparations had already been made to receive the students as heroes who had suffered grievous injuries in the cause of Islam at the hands of the members of the Movement. Fiery speeches were made and the incident was painted in lurid colours. The utterly false and misleading accounts of the incident were further embroidered in the press next morning, with the addition of such false, fictitious and horrifying details as that the students had been cruelly maimed, that some of them had their tongues cut out and that others had their genitals cut off. This sent a wave of horror throughout the province and all sorts of premeditated atrocities were let loose against the members of the Movement~ ;In the inquiry subsequently conducted by aJudge of the Lahore High Court into the incident, it was established by the medical evidence produced that all the injuries alleged to have been received by some of the students were simple bruises and scars and not a single one of them was grievous.
For reason’s undisclosed the report of the inquiry has not been published so far. This lends colour to the speculation that the administration does not come out too well in the report. Be that as it may, it is a fact that in the widespread disorders that followed upon the Rabwah incident, as it came to be known, a number of Ahmadis were killed, maimed and injured, and there was large-scale looting and destruction of properties of Ahmadis. In not a single instance did the police or the civil authorities intervene to extend their protection to the victims of violence, no investigation was made into any of the numerous outrages committed against the persons and properties of the Ahmadis, no one was arrested or tried in respect of any of them, and no compensation was awarded to any Ahmadi for the loss inflicted upon him. There were several instances in which the police openly and actively encouraged the unruly and disorderly elements to do their worst.””””
“Ahmadiyya the Renaissance of Islam” (1978), this was just four years after the “Rabwah-terrorist-attacks”.
See pages 347-348
Zaf Khan gives no references at all. He quotes no newspapers. And he did this strategically, so as to lie to the public. Remember, this was the only official comments by Ahmadiyya leadership in terms of the Rabwah-train-attacks. And Zaf Khan made it look like Ahmadis were innocent. However, as the Samdani commission reported in the newspapers, the President of “safety” in Rabwah was present during the attack and coordinating it.