The plotters!

Engr Mansoor Ahmed
Faisalabad

Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif has categorically rejected the Indian accusation “premeditated murder” about awarding death sentence to spy Kulbhushan Yadav. He rightly replied that it was premeditated murder in Gujarat and Indian Held Kashmir. In reality, the Indian history is full of numerous cases of traitors, conspirators and plotters to destabilize Pakistan. Present PM of India, Narendra Modi had accepted and openly asked that he feels proud on disintegration of East Pakistan into BD during 1971 war by India. Bengali freedom fighters movement Mukti Bahini and its supporters guided Indian army and provided them with information about Pakistani troops’ movement.
The Indian and Mukti Bahini greatly outnumbered the three Pakistani army divisions of East Pakistan. Interestingly, in the eyes of Indians, Bhagat Singh was a great freedom fighter and socialist revolutionary whose two acts of dramatic violence against the British in India and execution at age 23 made him a folk hero of the Indian independence movement. Similarly, all the members of Mukti Bahini were also freedom fighters. However, a Kashmiri leader and co-founder of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front, Maqbool Butt, was hanged on February 11, 1984 in Tihar Jail in New Delhi. For decades, the Indian forces have occupied Jammu & Kashmir with power and gun. They are not giving the Kashmiris their right of self-determination.
Actually, the murders of Kashmiris are premeditated murder. The India’s intelligence agency, RAW, has been spying in Baluchistan and Karachi to destabilize the country. The Kulbhushan Yadav was working for RAW and was in contact with Baloch separatists and terrorists fuelling sectarian violence in the province and the country. He was involved in financially supporting terrorists and also admitted his involvement in the unrest of Karachi. This was the right of Pakistan to punish the infiltrator, mole and secret agent of country with the award of sentence to death.

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