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Muhn Kaala: G20’s success in Kashmir setback for terror sponsors
5/25/2023 10:30:47 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, May 25: Even as the marathon four-day long G20 meet concluded incident-free in Kashmir on May 25, the development has yet again defeated the sinister designs of Pakistan, who wanted to “sabotage the historic event and keep the pot boiling.”
While the Modi government has created history by ensuring that the G20 meeting in Kashmir remained peaceful, the development has come as setback for neighboring Pakistan both internationally as well as for its terror factory.
While Pakistan government and their Foreign Minister, Bilawal Zardari Bhutto had personally tried to sabotage the holding of the event in Kashmir, the huge participation at the event from across the world only added to the setback for the enemy country.
The visiting delegates were seen enjoying every bit of Kashmir.
“From Shikara rides to visit to Mughal Gardens to Yoga classes, the international delegates enjoyed everything including shopping in Srinagar and it was a message to Pakistan that Kashmir was, is and shall remain the integral part of India,” said an observer.
What was another achievement of the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is that the event was held braving terror threats.
Outfits like The Resistance Front had issued open threats to target the G20 summit but the security preparedness only foiled such designs.
Observers said it was for the first time in the last few years, the diplomats from the world enjoyed such a long stay in Kashmir and without any hartal as would happen in the past.
“Till August 5, 2019 when the so called special status was abrogated any visit of foreign delegation in Kashmir would be greeted with hartal and stone pelting but now situation has improved to such extent that not a single terror related incident or any other anti-national activity was reported from anywhere across the Union Territory,” said a analyst on the condition of anonymity.
As the international delegates flew back, observers said the success of the G20 in Kashmir has left Pakistan even exposed for its sinister designs.
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