Is this a joke to people? Do you understand that everyone is rejoicing over people being killed, bodies being burned, bombs being exploded!
Who the enemy is is now completely out of the equation now, and India or Pakistan are finding a new way to target each other?
People, the enemy are the terrorists! Those who take innocent lives just to force there own propaganda on others! They should be the target, and India or Pakistan should both focus on eliminating this threat of Terrorism before it takes even more lives!
Both these countries were one till 1947, before the “Britishers” separated them as now most of the time they are fighting at the border.
Please understand that war will bring nothing good other than taking even more lives. Think about the soldiers of your own country! They have families too. They want to live too!
Pakistan has been given “concrete evidence” about its cross-border “encouragement and support” for the protests in Kashmir. India has also accused Pakistan of misusing the UN platform to further its despicable political objectives.
Indian representative mentioned that Pakistan is using terror to destabilize Kashmir, terrorism receives sustenance from Pakistan. Pakistan is using short-sighted tactics to divert attention as the terrorist breeding ground. Even after referring to UN Security Council resolutions, Pakistan has very conveniently forgotten it’s own obligation of vacating the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.
Pakistan has no hesitation in using air power/military against its own people repeatedly. The country has become an epicenter for terrorism and has seen continuous degradation and weakening.
Really. Pakistan government has no sense of pride, or justice. Harboring terrorism, as mentioned and verified by several countries is a grave ill both to the nation and the world. And then, instead of cleaning it’s own territory, the country keeps interfering in another nation’s activities. And then it has its own issue of Balochistan. How can the country even find the pride to speak anything in the UNHR Council.
The Indian Army is currently retaliating against the Pakistan Army’s violated ceasefire along the Line of Control in Naushera and Krishna Ghati that began at 7:20 am and 7:40 am respectively.
The Pakistan Army is using small arms, automatics, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. Since 2015, there had been countless ceasefire violations, and terror attack incidents in which people cross the border and behead Indian soldiers.
Sometimes, it feels like since Pakistani soldiers have no source of entertainment, they just start firing. It’s a sort of entertainment for them.
Why not install sensors throughout the LoC, so you will know if anyone crosses it. It might be a more fruitful investment than losing soldiers or repairing damaged property. Or have Electic current run through the border fence that has been set up.
A Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist, Abu Ali Sheraj alias Ibini Abul Majid, was killed in a retaliatory action by the Indian Army. Sheraj is believed to be a member of one of the Pakistan’s Border Action Team (BAT) unit, which had crossed Line of Control (LoC) and sneaked into Indian territory for around 250 meters, which resulted in them killing two Indian security personnel.
Sheraj’s body could not be recovered due to heavy shelling in the area.
BAT is specifically made for trans-LoC action, i.e. their primary task is to dominate the LoC by carrying out disruptive actions in the form of raids. It has killed a number of Indian soldiers along the border in the past.
They killed two of your soldiers. Rather beheaded them. And you ‘assume’ you killed on and the body can’t be recovered. How many times is the Indian government going to sit back and just watch as soldiers continue to die along the border. Something needs to be done about these border militants. And soon.
According to the 3-2 verdict order, a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) is needed to be formed to probe the allegations. The opposition party, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) stated that super judiciary has always been lenient towards Sharif and his family, and also demanded a resignation from PM Sharif.
The JIT should be formed within a week, and the investigation should be completed within 60 days. This will ensure that allegations of corruption against Sharif remain in the public eye and that the details of his wealth, discussed in embarrassing detail by the Supreme Court.
However, JIT will comprise of 6 members, out of which 4 will be ‘work’ for the government, i.e. by the PM, and the other 2 will be from the Military/ISI. Hence, interference is suspected in the task of JIT.
JIT is supposed to submit reports within 60 days, after which a special bench will review the paper and might decleare results before 2018 elections.
A lynch mob beat a 23-year old journalism student in Pakistan, shot him and still continued to hit the lifeless body of the boy with sticks.
The incident happened in Abdul Wali Khan University in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, where a group of students murdered the 23-year old Mashal Khan, a student at the University’s journalism department. The reason being, that Mashal Khan had been accused of running Facebook pages which allegedly published blasphemous content, however there has been no concrete proof of such yet.
Around 59 students were arrested for being suspected of involved in the lynching, and the University has been temporarily shut down.
One of Mashal Khan’s professor said Mashal was brilliant and inquisitive, always complaining about the political system of the country, but I never heard him saying anything controversial against the religion.
I can’t believe this. Those are university students who punched and kicked another student, shot him to death and even kept at their behavior with his lifeless body. This is a shame for all the students of the concerned university. What exactly is being taught there.
Baloch Republican Party (BRP) member Ashraf Sherjan commented that Kulbhushan Jadhav’s death sentence was ‘inhuman and illegal’. He also urged Prime Minister of India to do everything to save Jadhav’s life. He also said that Pakistan should bring Jadhav to the international court if he is guilty and connected to any terrorism in Balochistan. A country by itself shouldn’t have any right to give death sentences to foreign citizens.
The representative of Balochistan at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) Mehran Marri called the death sentence given to Jadhav as ‘extra judicial killing’ and a ‘premeditated murder’.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy has said that if Pakistan follows through such an execution, India will recognise Balochistan as an independent sovereign country. Balochistan is one of the four provinces of Pakistan. Although it makes 44 percent of the Pakistan by land, it has only 7 percent of the population of the country. It has been fighting to be separated from Pakistan since decades, mainly because Pakistani soldiers often exploit the land and people of the area, but no country in the world has come forward to support it’s cause.
Indian Extarnal Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj, issued a stern warning to Pakistan that if the plan is carried forward by Pakistan, it will result in damaging bilateral relations and India will go out of the way to save Jadhav.
I don’t even have any comments on this. What is Pakistan exactly trying to do here.
Seven people, including five soldiers, were killed and 19 others were injured in Lahore, Pakistan when a suicide bomber blew himself at Bedian Road, targeting a private van engaged by the Lahore cantonment board that was carrying soldiers.
Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan claimed responsibility of the attack. Five soldiers, the bomber and an official of the Pakistani Air Force who was passing in a motorcycle were killed.
Muhammad Usman, the driver of the van was arrested, because there was no reason for him to stop the van at that particular spot on the road, and this led the soldiers to be an easy target in a stationary van.
Pakistan accused India for the way minorities are treated in India during the UN meeting, and Indian had a fitting reply to the Pakistan representative.
India called Pakistan a country that has alienated its own people through continued mistreatment of Hindus, Christians, Shias, Ahmadiyas, and other minorities. Pakistan referred to the situation of minorities in India, without carefully reviewing the facts that minorities in India have been the country’s Prime Ministers, Presidents, Vice-Presidents, senior cabinet ministers, senior civil servants, cricket team captains and even Bollywood stars. Is it possible to say the same for minorities of Pakistan?
India also raised issues on Kashmir that Pakistan has forcibly occupied in the past (PoK – Pakistan occupied Kashmir). It is unfortunate that in recent times the people of PoK have become victims of sectarian conflict, terrorism and extreme economic hardship because of Pakistan’s occupation and discriminatory policies.
Amid rising tensions between the two Asian Countries, India and Pakistan, due to the constant violations of ceasefire on the border, an abandoned car was found in Pathankot’s Pharwal village near the international border.
The car had no number plates on it and had been confiscated by the police. The car was locked when found. Some of the locals also believed that people were firing from the vehicle, after which the villagers chased the vehicle to catch the attackers. However, the occupants of the car fled and left the car behind.
To bring a sense of calmness and peace, all hopes are on President Narendra Modi, how will he react to such crimes. Read the full article here.