[dropcap color=”#008040″ boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”8px” class=”” id=””]S[/dropcap]ee how Pakistan, which is a pigmy compared to India, is smartly screwing us. In Kashmir it made a huge flop of the Srinagar Lok Sabha by-election. Not satisified with that, it has ensured a postponement of the Anantnag bypoll. It’s agents are ensuring that obstacles are placed in the path of Indian armymen pursuing terrorists. It is getting schools burnt down. It opens fire on the border with impunity.
Pro-Pakistani slogans are chanted in the heart of Delhi. Businessmen close to Dawood Ibrahim are having a field day.
It has managed to attack our airforce bases, army cantonments and even our cities like Mumbai. Hundreds of our soldiers and civilians have been killed. Now our ex-naval officer is going to be hanged.
And what has been our response? Empty statements warning Islamabad of retaliation which never takes place. Our PM pays a surprise visit to Lahore to greet Nawaz Sharif on his birthday (and two days after that Pakistan attacks us in Pathankot). Recently the ICCR was a sponsor at a literary festival in Karachi. Pakistani artistes are welcome anytime.
Pro-Pakistani slogans are chanted in the heart of Delhi. Businessmen close to Dawood Ibrahim are having a field day. Dawood has allegedly bagged huge cluster real estate development projects through front organisations and he stands to rake in thousands of crores as profit. According to The Hindu, he still has a strong grip on Mumbai real estate with the D-Company stepping in to settle disputed properties. It’s business as usual for him. National security adviser Ajit Doval’s advice is countered by the Dawood lobby in Delhi. China and Pakistan are encircling us through the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project. Terror camps continue to flourish on the soil of Pakistan. ISI agents are having a ball on the Bengal border.
It’s high time we learnt the art of conducting war during peacetime from Pakistan.
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