Serious Study Report by: Harbans S Nagokay.
Using ’50+ Terrorist and Extremist-Groups’thoseoperate from their soil, Pakistan now started sounding as if the biggest terrorist factory in the world.Pakistan’s denouncing the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhaan; in Jammu and Kashmir is an “indisputable” evidence of its support to terrorist outfits, and the all such disgraceful activities by our neighbouring country then, saying terrorist as local Kashmiri leader, by Pak PM; in a point of fact, also been criticised world-wide including US lawmakers, otherwiseLaw-makers were been well briefed by Bill Roggio, senior editor of the Long War Journal Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
Roggio, recently alleged Pakistan playing a fantastic shell game. “They have this narrative called good Taliban versus bad Taliban. The good Taliban is any group that the Pakistani likes. And those are groups that don’t attack the Pakistani state. These are groups that carry out Pakistan’s foreign policy. Haqqani network, Afghan Taliban, Mullah Nazir group,”
Then, even in the Pakistan press, they’re referred to this, groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba, Hezbollah Mujahideen, Harkat-ul- Mujahideen. They’re considered, quote, unquote, good Taliban, as well,” “And the bad Taliban, they’re the ones that fight the Pakistani state. They’re the ones being targeted in the Shawal Valley in north Waziristan. When the Pakistanis go after these groups, they pretend that they’re going after the Haqqani network or the Mullah Nazir group or the Afghan Taliban, but they’re not,” told
According to the editor of long-war; if we’re funding Pakistani education, they could fund Pakistani militants with the money they’re saving. We have to consider sanctions. We have to consider the possibility of state sponsorship of terrorism.
Within all such developments, according to our Defence Minister Parrikar; Indian Army giving befitting reply to ceasefire violations. But, day after another, our soldiers was killed in firing by Pakistani troops in the name ofceasefire violations and hundreds of ceasefire violations have taken place in for the last five-six years. Any-how; certain quarters now seeing the ‘Bay of Bengal Initiative
for Multi-Sectorial and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC)’ as an alternative to the SAARC-that missed its Islamabad summit due to India-Pakistan conflict.But then again, strongly reacting to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks that Pakistan is the “mothership of terrorism”, Nawaz Sharif’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on also accused the Indian leader of “misleading” the BRICS countries over the issue. And, stated that “Mr Modi is misleading his BRICS and BIMSTEC colleagues”. Aziz, in his ‘EK CHORI UPAR SE SEENA ZORI’ technique, alleged that the Indian leadership is “desperately trying to hide its brutalities” in Jammu and Kashmir. Aziz also said Pakistan joins all the members of BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) and BIMSTEC in condemning terrorism and reaffirms its full commitment to fight the menace of terrorism without discrimination, “including against the Indian state-sponsored terrorism on Pakistani soil”.
At the end, Kashmir unrest continued for 102nd day where two passenger Sumo vehicles were set ablaze by some miscreants at Parimpora in Srinagar on Monday morning.”These vehicles were carrying passengers to Srinagar and were stopped by some miscreants,” a police officer who is in-charge of the area said. “Once they stopped, they were set ablaze.” He said the incident took place at around 7:45 am near Mandi Crossing in Qamarwari belt.The two vehicles bearing the registration numbers JK05B-5863 and JK09-9209 are completely damaged. However, series of demonstrations and arrests continued, together with normalcy like status quo in traffic movement and half-shutters up with heavy rush also witnessed in some areas of unpredictable, Srinagar city, where few school children also staged a protest demanding immediate opening of schools.