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'Moderate your rhetoric otherwise you will end up losing PoK'
Mr Khan nuclear war is no cricket match
9/18/2019 10:30:51 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 18: The renewed tension between India and Pakistan indicates that there is a bleak possibility about normalcy returning to Kashmir soon.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "Since the day Jammu & Kashmir has been reorganized Pakistan has been making a lot of noise and has been threatening about a nuclear war breaking about between the two countries. Entire world is aware of the fact that Pakistan Army can not match the skills of the Indian Army and if it makes any attempt to indulge in any sort of misadventure it will get a befitting reply. Defeat of Pakistan Army in the conventional war is inevitable."
Referring to the recent statements coming from the Indian side, the analyst said, "Pakistan resorting to war mongering and issuing threats seems to have made the resolve of the Indian leaders to liberate Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) more firm. They have been conveying to Pakistan through various channels to moderate their rhetoric over Kashmir and if they fail to do so they will end up losing the PoK."
An observer said that Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has threatened of a war if the world doesn't pay any attention towards his utterances. He (Khan) has claimed that after he returns from the United Nations General Assembly his government would decide the future course of action. "It seems that cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan needs to be told that there is a hell lot of a difference between a cricket match and the nuclear war. If his government which is controlled by Pakistan Army and the ISI decides to go for a war it would mean end of Pakistan."
On Tuesday, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar reiterated that there was no need to worry too much beyond a point about what people say on Kashmir. He asserted that India's position on its internal issue has prevailed and will prevail.
A Kashmir watcher said, "The uncertainty prevailing in Kashmir is due to the dirty game being played by Pakistan. It wants Kashmiris to suffer to prove it to the world that Valley is burning. But the fact is that terrorists sponsored by Pakistan are not allowing people to resume their daily chores and are threatening them on the gun-point."
He said, "Pakistan should stop digging its grave by resorting to provocation. The Government of India this time around seems very much serious about liberating PoK and Pakistan will have to pay a heavy price if it tries any misadventure like Kargil again."
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