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Sathe Satyam Samacharet: Tit for Tat!

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Is the Islamic Republic of Pakistan really a “pak” (pious) State as it was visualised by its progenitor Mohammad Ali Jinnah?
It was crafted out of India with a vision of establishing a much better nation-State, a haven for the Muslims of the sub-continent, but what the world is witnessing today is a mockery of all that is Islamic, humane and inclusive.

What progress has Pakistan made in the last 64 years of its existence?
Not much. In fact it stands (singularly alone among the comity of nations) on the brink of becoming a failed State. Ominous clouds look down upon Pakistan menacingly and it has reached that stage of dark existence where everybody is looking for some silver lining. All in vain. Right from its inception till date the scenario has been worsening by the day for one reason or the other. It has now reached a stage where there is little hope of any transformation or recovery at all.

There is no significant development in any sector in the last six decades whether it is education or health, industry or business. There have been no new measures taken by any of the past or present governments for the welfare and well-being of the people in any manner. The education and the health sectors are so weak and dogma ridden that they have been hijacked by the fundamentalists to create a new breed of Muslims who are bloodthirsty and bereft of the milk of human kindness that the Prophet (Peace be upon him) sought to create by his teachings.

As a consequence the only industry that has flourished in the past decades is that of terrorism which is thriving in Pakistan. All the previous governments and the present one have contributed by acts of commission and omission to the promotion of the business of terrorism which has now attained global proportions. It has become a multinational corporation in every sense of the term. All the politicians, defence personnel, bureaucrats and diplomats have become purveyors of the cult of terrorism as is seen in the manner in which they singly and collectively spring to the defence of the terrorist and try to justify the existence of this cult and his/her acts with such coinage as “Islamophobia” and “Muslim-baiters”.

Today, Pakistan and terrorism have become synonymous and innocent Muslims all over the world suffer the consequences of an image that has been superimposed on Islam for geopolitical, not spiritual, purposes.

This state of affairs is a matter of great concern for the whole world as it is affecting everyone. The masterminds propagating the cult of violence and terrorism spend time and big money researching and developing the most potent devices and products like jihad, human bombs and terrorism which are being shipped to all parts of the world. And India being the neighbour and a peace loving country is affected the most. We have seen the conspiracies being hatched and implemented by Pakistan on many occasions and we are really disturbed because of this. Thousands of Indians have been sacrificed in the macabre mechanisations and ill-advised conceit relentlessly pursued by Pakistan.

How long can India keep suffering and forgiving? How long can India wait for Pakistan to realise the futility of its self-destructive ambition? The time has come for India to act. And act decisively. What are we waiting for? The most opportune time?Are we scared of the international community or we are scared that if we take strong steps against Pakistan then the Arab world is going to stop all oil supplies to India? Lets take a firm decision now otherwise these attacks on India will never stop.

We are witnessing what is going on in the Arab world. They themselves are in bad shape and we should not be scared of imagined consequences. India must not delay finding a permanent solution to the Pakistani menace. Whatever the cost. Lets not waste our energy, time and money on Pakistani nationals like Kasab or Pakistan-indoctrinated and motivated anti-nationals like Afzal Guru and make them pay for their crimes against our motherland.

Lets pray for the well-being of the State of Pakistan and its people but be prepared to annihilate its non-State actors and other perpetrators of crimes against India and peace loving Indians.


Jai Hind!


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