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Kashmir: after getting snubbed Imran Khan looks toward global terrorists; Azhar, Saeed
9/3/2019 11:00:58 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sep 3: After being snubbed by the International community, the Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has started threatening the world that if it remains silent on Kashmir a nuclear may broke out between India and Pakistan.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "J&K's reorganization has already dealt a heavy blow to Pakistan. The Government of India has almost resolved Kashmir once for all, no one in the world including president of United States Donald Trump is ready to buy Pakistan's dispute theory."
Quoting media reports the analyst said that after failing at all the fronts the Pakistan Government and Army have once again started re-grouping the terrorist leadership. "On Sunday an audio clip of internationally designated global terrorist JeM Chief Masood Azhar was circulated by a section of the Pakistan media. In the audio clip Azhar was heard spewing venom against India", he added.
The JeM had carried out Pulwama attack in February this year, following which India Air Force jets crossed the LoC and carried out ariel strikes in Balakote. It is in place to mention here after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan failed to get any support on Kashmir he threatened more Pulwama like attacks on Kashmir. "It seems that Pakistan government has already asked the terrorists to enter into J&K and resort to bloodshed", said an observer.
He said, "The so-called crackdown against the terrorists in Pakistan was nothing but an eyewash. There are even reports that Mumbai attack mastermind and another global terrorist Hafiz Saeed has also been released. It seems now Pakistan Army and the government are counting upon these terrorists to spill in J&K", the observer added.
A defence analyst said that if Pakistan indulges in any misadventure like Pulwama then it should remain prepare for bigger than Balakote strike. "We are aware about the mechanism. They have to pay heavy prize if they dare to commit any mistake. According to sources Pakistan is trying its best to fuel unrest in Kashmir so that it can tell the world that Kashmir is burning", he added.
"In absence of stooges like Hurriyat, Jamaat, JKLF and others the Pak sponsored terror group operating in the valley have started threatening the shopkeepers, transporters and others. There are reports that terrorists have told the business and transporter to keep their business shut and anyone who tries to defy them will be shot dead", said a Kashmir watcher.
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