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Although Indo-Pak history has been troublesome since 1947 with the two countries fighting three wars, except for some brief interlude in 70s when Morajee Desai took over reign or Vajpayee’s bus tour to Lahore, New Delhi has been consistently been trying to foment trouble in Pakistan, through terrorist attacks via Afghanistan and other means trying to destabilize its next door neighbor.
Its activities have now assumed new dimensions with the coming into power of an extremist BJP prime minister Narendra Modi, and its coalition partners the RSS, pursuing Hitlerite hostility, an example of which was its aerial reconnaissance near Kashmir and the Pulwama attack.
Indian designs have been clear—probing Pakistan’s capability to counter the Indian threat. But the way Pakistan Air force retaliated, shooting down two Indian MIGs, one of which had fallen in Pakistan, and the other in Indian occupied Kashmir, was enough humiliation for Modi and his advisers. Pulwama proved an utter failure, although Indian media trumpeted its success, foreign military observers in Pakistan were provided proof of failure of the Indian planning.
Lately, Indians have begun to rely upon call centre tactics to fulfill its nefarious designs but again nothing has materialized. The failure of its planning could better be watched by the fact that in 2018 over twenty Indian-origin people were sentenced 20 years in prison in the United States for their involvement in a multimillion-dollar call center scam that defrauded thousands of US citizens of hundreds of millions of dollars.
The prison sentences convicted ranged from 4 to 20 years while several of the convicted will be deported to India after the completion of their sentence. Former US Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the case represents one of the most significant victories in continuing efforts to combat fraud and the victimization of the most vulnerable members of the US public.
US and Israel collusion or back-up to India emboldened Modi to devise new means to foment trouble in Pakistan, but what the Indian mindset could not yet grasp that Pakistan military machine has come a long way since 1965 or 1971.
Even in 1965, despite India having been armed to teeth by West on Nehru’s outcry against the conflict against China, Pakistan had an upper hand and captured Chamb Jaurian in Occupied Kashmir and Dali in Tharparkar desert.
Pakistan Navy submarine PNS Ghazi was trumpeted to have been struck by the Indians in the Bay of Bengal, contrary to facts. Ghazi blew up because of its internal fault in its boiler. he claim was totally false for India did not even know that the warship was circling in Indian waters, keeping hawk-eyed vigil on their vessels. The Dwarka destruction by Pakistan Navy in 1965 rendered Indian communication system completely. These heroics were a lesson for Indians.
Prime Minister Imran Khan and Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi have warned the world about Indian tactics, and a dossier prepared by the Pakistan army has been placed before the world to understand that India is a threat to peace in the region. Over the years Pakistan has controlled terrorism. Its cities are now safe, and while some smaller incidents still occur in distant northern hilly areas but these too were nipped in the bud instantly and quite effectively.
India’s persistent violations at Line of Control have been replied with huge losses to the attacking side but Modi is adamant on creating trouble for Pakistan. Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa has visited LOC several times and expressed satisfaction on the morale of Pakistani soldiers. For them martyrdom was the Almighty’s blessings. Indians can hardly understand the heartbeat of Pakistani soldiers who do not consider any sacrifice too great for the defence of their motherland. They sacrifice their lives so that the nation can live in peace.
Only a few days ago, the Pakistan navy tested its surface-to-air Missiles with remarkable perfection, and the addition of third generation JF-Thunder aircraft has now provided added strength to the attacking capability. PAF is now preparing to add to its squadrons far more superior aircraft than Raffale which India has acquired from France.
These are just a few warning shots to India to dare not cast an evil eye on Pakistan, else it won’t even have time to repent. This message has been conveyed to the Indian mindset by their own generals and the latest book by an Indian army ex-General made it clear that India cannot beat Pakistan as our military might is far superior than Delhi’s.