‘Paradise Disturbed by Sharifs Sitting on Other Side’

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Serious Study Report by: Harbans S Nagokay

Pakistan backing support to militant organisation for backstabbing India right from 1947, 1948, 1963, 1965, 1971 Then 1999 and till now 2016; Besides right from 1984 till Date (i.e. September 18th, 2016) where above 2000 lost their lives in 82 different incidents of Militant’s strikes in India.
Though! Uri is sounding similar to Operation Gibraltar, when the Pakistani troops who infiltrated Kashmir to start aninsurgence, resulted a war in 1965, when India attacked Pakistan and Pakis call this as an “unprovoked” move. Since the war ended in stalemate, Pakistan holds a victory pageant each year on 6 September to mark the day it fended off a much bigger enemy. A data report compiled by the University of Maryland says that of the total, more about 60 percent of all attacks took place in five countries, together withIndia, and near 75 percent of all deaths due to terrorist attacks took place in these five countries. And, now URI attack; the unwisely audacious terrorist strike on Sunday morning at the Indian Army headquarters in Uriwas carried out by the Pakistani terrorist duly loaded with arms items with them which had Pakistani marking and slain terrorists belong to Jaish-e-Mohammed Tanzeem (militant group). Before this insane act, Pakistan on Saturday criticised India over alleged human rights violation inKashmir and threatened to expose the country in the world over the “abysmal rights situation” in other parts & nations. Its otherwise, in order to jerk the memories of BJP leaders when earlier, in 2014; while attacking the Congress-led UPA government, AmitShah, a confidant of Modi and then in-charge of party affairs in Uttar Pradesh, said not only the soldiers, but the country’s borders are also not safe under the present regime. And, if Modi becomes PM, Pak intruders won’t dare to cross border.
Anyhow, still not late; as under present
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