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When Will India And Pakistan Become Brotherly Neighbors? – OpEd

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Slavery was abolished in Islam 1500 years ago. Against this backdrop the Muslims of Indo-Pak subcontinent revolted against the “British Rule” to get rid of their clutches / slavery. The Muslim political thinkers and Ulemas reached to the conclusion that Muslims cannot live with Britishers and Hindus on the basis of “Two Nation Theory” in line with Allama Muhammad Iqbal (late) and Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (late) political wisdom. The revolt against British was culminated into “War of Independence” in 1857. This laid stone and paved the way for an Islamic state now known as “Pakistan”. The Hindus were also benefited with the creation of Pakistan and thereafter a Hindu sate “India” also came on the world globe.

After the independence in 1947 Pakistan is maintaining cordial relations with neighbouring and other countries of the world. Unfortunately the Hindu psyche and their Slave Mentality could not be changed even after 70 years and the Indians still owe allegiance from core of their heart to her Majesty the Queen of Great Britain (UK). Even today the Indian Prime Minister HE Narendra Modi pay homage to British Government and submit reports on daily basis. The classic example is the recent visit of Narendra Modi to London (April 2018) in which he in a question and answers session at Central Hall Westminster (London) revealed before the audience regarding surgical strikes carried out by Indian Army against Pakistani troops deployed along LoC.

Indian PM in a bid to muster support and financial assistance from British Government for his forth coming election’s 2019 propagated and boosted his concocted version that Indian authorities kept on calling Pakistani counterparts in Islamabad to collect dead bodies of Pakistani soldiers from LoC. The information disseminated to the Britishers against Pakistan was false and far from truth.

Un-fortunately, the Indian Intelligence Agencies, its Army and Foreign office have made it a routine to interfere in the internal matters of the peripheral countries in a bid to accomplish their hegemonic designs which the Indian leadership has been claiming from time to time including Narendra Modi false / tall claim of creation of Bangladesh in 1971. The Indian Army is also following the foot prints / aggressive policies of Indian political leadership. General Bipon Rawat (Indian Army Chief) and Lt Gen AK Bhaat, Corps Commander Srinagar in their media briefings have been threatening Pakistan Armed Forces and Kashmiri Muslim freedom fighters / organizations of dire consequences, they committed atrocities / brutalities on the innocent Muslims / minorities by using lethal weapons including Anti-Tank Guided Missiles, Mortar guns and chemical agents.

India to fulfill its hegemonic designs in South Asia and enhance its influence, the Indian Defence Minister Mst Nirmala Subramanian visited various foreign countries to purchase military equipment worth US 5.6 billion including SA-400 missile system F-35 fighter aircraft from Israel and 80 MI-70 helicopter to augment mobilization of Indian troops and LEA’s to crush innocent Muslims of IHK and Sikhs of Khalistan movement. Indian government in addition to further enhance the barbaric activities of its intelligence / security agencies, RAW, Intelligence Bureau, Bureau of Investigation, Special protection group and National Security Guards are allowed to import i arms, / ammunition, telescopic silencer short guns, with night vision capabilities and hand grenades from US / Israel without the scrutiny and permission of Indian parliament and Indian Defence Ministry. These sophisticated arms / ammunition will be smuggled and supplied to various terrorist groups in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nepal by RAW / MOSAAD / CIA. In Nepal RAW has established a front organization by the name of Islami Sangh Nepal and in Bangladesh Faleh-e-Insaniyat Foundation to impart training to terrorists in fabricating improvised explosive devices. The arms / ammunition are also supplied from RAW establishments to dissident / terrorist groups to carry out violence and instability in the peripheral countries.

Excellency Modi we have tried to highlight the chronological sequence of events and nefarious activities being carried out by your Government, Senior Army officers, RAW / Intelligence Bureau and Law Enforcing Agencies. The scrutiny / analysis for the reasons behind aggressive behavior pattern / attitude are the outcome of Hindu mechanism of hereditary, aggression, frustration and anxiety in Indian society. They have fallen prey to psychotic disorder and negative Edipis Complex. To live in the “Global Village” of civilized nations it is high time on the part of Indian Government to change its policies and attitude in order to prove themselves as a civilized mature and affectionate nation towards its neighboring countries.

*Jamshed Jamshed is a freelance journalist who regularly contributes to several publications.


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7 thoughts on “When Will India And Pakistan Become Brotherly Neighbors? – OpEd

  • May 26, 2018 at 5:57 am
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    This is the most pathetic article I have read in a while. A very typical Hindu hating article by a pathetic Pakistani. The author himself is the descendent of a Hindu but has been brainwashed into hating his own roots by the hateful Arab ideology which is responsible for terrorism across the globe. Everyone across the world be it Jews, Christians, Hindus, Sikhs, Zoroastrians, Jains and even Communists and Atheists, all despise this evil and hate filed ideology.

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  • May 26, 2018 at 3:22 pm
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    Sooner the Indian war machine leaves the natives in Kashmir Vale in peace and heads home, neighborliness will return to Southern Asia. Nehru overreached with the invasion of a Land that never considered itself as ‘India’ – though Nehru 70 years ago deemed it a simple operation to annex the Vale while enjoying his affair with Edwina!

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  • May 27, 2018 at 7:49 am
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    A pathetic article indeed and shows a desperation to mask the downward spiral in his country. The writer of the piece could not even get the defense minister’s name right. So much for his claims.

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  • May 29, 2018 at 6:31 am
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    Even if India is being prudent, it must do more to convince others, particularly Pakistan. For the moment, India refuses to talk to Pakistan on many occasions. India has always rejected the confidence-building measures that could lessen the danger that one side might misinterpret action by the other as hostile.

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  • May 29, 2018 at 6:32 am
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    The rivalry between India and Pakistan is historic and getting deepened with the passage of time. Moreover India’s belligerent activities and statements in the context of regional security environment, its military developments are the factors which are making the issues more prone towards destruction and restlessness. Pakistan being a peaceful country had always opted for peaceful resolutions and diplomatic tools but India in response always rejected the proposals. In the near future there are no indications that both can even live in a neighborly relations.

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    • May 30, 2018 at 4:35 am
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      The delusions pakistanis have is funny. 70-80% water share, yet not one big dam after 1960s. MAF after MAF water flows beyond Kotri into the sea.

      Ikram sahib, what tools will you use to renegotiate? Any renegotiation will lead to a lower share as the current treaty is lopsided by any logic (80:20 division)

      you should not blame everything on ‘beyrouni takat’ or ‘almi sazish’… pakistan has acted irresponsibly with water resources for nearly 55 years and has only itself to blame

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  • June 6, 2018 at 7:28 am
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    Mere cosmetics wont work because the issues between the both countries are serious enough to be addressed seriously. This is impossible that with deliberating on the contending issues such as Kashmir and water, the relations could move towards right direction. The main issue is with my “great” India as the people here in power corridors are not really willing to move towards Pakistan with bigger hearts. They must leave their traditional intransigence if any one is serious in development better relations with Pakistan.

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