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Pak stooges appear again
5/22/2020 11:38:06 PM
Pakistan stooges and agents holding an online webinar to keep the Kashmir pot boiling amidst ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is an ample proof of the fact that the neigbouring country won’t allow situation in Kashmir to become normal.
Such conferences are a part of Pakistan’s policy to promote terror and create a notion that it’s a stakeholder in Kashmir. After the abrogation of Article 370, Pakistan knocked at the door of every country to seek support but the Pak Prime Minister, Imran Khan, was sent back by everyone. All the countries told him in clear terms that J&K is an internal matter of India and they cannot intervene.
After facing rejection on all the fronts, Pakistan is making every possible attempt to send more and more terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir and is trying to create fear and terror in J&K, especially in Kashmir, where terrorist have intensified the attacks on civilians and security forces during the ongoing pandemic. The security forces have hit back and have achieved major successes by eliminating so-called top commanders, like Riyaz Naikoo and Junad Sehrai, during the past fortnight. But the number of foreign mercenaries infiltrating into J&K has been increasing despite many of them being killed on the borders by the alert soldiers. Even the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic has not made Pakistan mend its ways. It wants to keep on fighting the proxy war and terrorists are its tools. For a longtime a consensus is building up within the country that the scourge of the terrorism has to be nipped in its bud and it can be done by trampling the Line of Control (LoC) and destroying the terrorist training camps active in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK). Pakistan needs to be taught a lesson in the language in which it understands.
Pak stooges who are holding virtual conferences on Kashmir are nothing more than the paid agents of the propogandists sitting across the Line of Control. Someone needs to remind these stooges that the state whose cause they are pleading is a failed state. And no one takes it seriously. The mood in India is changing and the voices to get PoK back are becoming shriller. The Indian Army is prepared and is just waiting for the marching orders. If Pakistan makes a few more attempts to push in terrorists and carries on with its nefarious propaganda then India may not be left with any other option other than to make Pakistan taste the dose of its own medicine.
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