Indian daydreaming


NOBODY can beat the Indian leadership when it comes to distorting facts, rumour mongering and making big claims about themselves.

The very latest statement of Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh can also be seen in the same context who whilst addressing an event in Srinagar stated that the 5 August mission will only conclude after annexing Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan.

This once again clearly indicates the hegemonic designs of the Indian extremist government.

However, before making such big claims, the Indian leaders should not forget what happened to them back in February 2019 when two of their fighter jets were shot down by our Shaheens.

Our defence forces have time and again proven that they are alert, and are capable and equipped enough to defend every inch of their territory.

As regards Kashmir, it is an internationally recognized dispute, no matter what the Indian leaders say or think.

There are several UN Security Council Resolutions that accept the right of self-determination of Kashmiri people. Also, it was India that had taken this matter to the United Nations.

This is also known to the world that it is New Delhi which is breaking all records of atrocities against innocent armless Kashmiri people.

AJK is open to everybody including the international media but it is India which is not allowing entry of the media and inquiry commission into the illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

In this age of social media, the Indian government cannot hoodwink the world community on the actual situation in the occupied territory.

The Kashmiris have been rendering their blood over the last seventy five years and no amount of oppression and suppression has succeeded to break their will for independence from the cruel Indian clutches.

It will be better for India to see and read the writing on the wall, and move towards the resolution of this lingering dispute for sustainable peace and stability in the region.

It is also for the world community to fulfil the promises made with the Kashmiri people and pressurize India to respect the UN Security Council Resolutions.


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