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Pak leaders turn jokers, become laughing stock
Terroristan exposed
9/11/2019 11:08:14 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Sept 11: Pakistan after being snubbed at every forum including United Nations has turned towards the terror actors.
According to media reports, Pakistan establishment has activated most of the terror groups in the country.
There are reports that the bosses of the terror groups recently held a meeting in Pakistan to chalk out the strategy to carry out terror attacks in India.
"There is every possibility about terrorists using Kartarpur corridor to enter India to carry out their nefarious machinations," said a Defence analyst.
He said that recently the intelligence agencies had sounded an alert that terrorists may have infiltrated into South India and could carry out an attack there.
"The reorganization of Jammu & Kashmir has rattled Pakistan and it is just looking for ways and means to keep the conflict alive," he added.
On Tuesday, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi leveled baseless allegations against India at the UNHRC in Geneva and literally begged the United Nations Human Rights Commission to intervene.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "Even at the UNHRC India made it clear that Kashmir is an internal matter and it won't allow any other country to intervene."
He said, "Pakistan stands isolated as the international community has rebuffed it and has refused to intervene. Even the Islamic countries including UAE, Saudi Arabia and others have told in clear terms to Pakistan that it should resolve all the issues with India bilaterally. Despite being rejected by one and all, Pakistani leaders are staging a 'Tamasha' over Kashmir and are creating euphoria to seek attention."
An observer said that it is unfortunate that the Congress leaders like Rahul Gandhi have provided ammunition to Pakistan to carry on with the anti-India propaganda. During his speech at UNHRC, Qureshi quoted Rahul Gandhi as saying that situation in Kashmir is dangerous. He also quoted Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti in his speech based on blatant lies.
He said, "Pakistan knows it very well that reorganization of Jammu & Kashmir has ended its so called dispute theory and once the normalcy returns to Kashmir it would be the end of the proxy war which Pakistan had started in 1990. The neighbouring country is making last ditch attempt to keep Kashmir burning. In the process, the terrorists sponsored by Pakistan are leaving no chance to create fear among the people and have even started killing the innocents."
The observer said that from terrorists to United Nations, Pakistan is exploring all the options but it has been proven beyond doubt that neighbouring country has no locus-standi on any of the issue and it is nothing more than a failed state.
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