Bharat Mata ki Jai
On 18th September state sponsored Pakistani terrorists attacked India killing Indian soldiers who were guarding the Line of Control to ensure the security of India and Indian citizens. The whole world knows that those who attacked must have been facilitated by Pakistani officials. In India it drew massive reaction from the public and of course the vast majority wanted immediate retaliation. Armchair pundits were on every TV channel dissecting the news into so many pieces that in the end, most of them were unable to see the bigger picture. So what was the bigger picture?
PM Modi has always worked in a way that is not only different, but very often like a chess player who has multiple options and sees moves many steps ahead. Like in chess, in order to secure check-mate you do need to first move some key pieces to the right place. PM Modi and his team began briefing all key international partners so they were left in no doubt that either they were with India, or they were with the terrorists. Countries that historically had shown two faces were put in a corner and with diplomatic bluntness, they were informed that India is now fully under new management. The old days of appeasement were over.
At the same time the armed forces had already been informed that they will be given a right for full retaliation, and that they should put in place a master plan of what can be done in various phases. Yes, you read that correctly, in various phases means what you have witnessed in only phase one.
At the United Nations Pakistan’s international beggar, PM Nawaz Sharif went with his begging bowl and found the place empty to his pleadings. It what must have been one of the most embarrassing speeches at the UN, to an empty auditorium, he read out a script written by his terrorist loving army chiefs. His body language confirmed that even he did not believe a word of what he was saying, let alone trying to hoodwink the rest of the world. He left disgraced to return to the gutter from whence he came.
India’s First Secretary to the United Nations, the young self-confident determined Smt Eenam Gambhir gave one of the most devastating rebuttals in just under 3 mins. She destroyed Pakistan and the terrorist state it has become. If that was not enough, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj followed this up a few days later with what will go down as one of the most ‘surgically’ targeted speeches ever made against Pakistan. Whilst she spent most of her time discussing global issues (as a developed global player would do on the world stage) she left her most ferocious attack for Pakistan. There was no doubt, at the UN she declared with absolute clarity – Jammu and Kashmir are integral to India and will remain so, permanently.
However, all this was just a precursor to what was really about to happen. By now Pakistan was totally isolated on the world stage. Apart from China showing mild support, every other country denounced Pakistan and left it stranded. And at this time PM Modi made his speech. Most people did not understand his speech, including many in the media and even the so called pundits. Read in between the lines PM Modi stated with precision to Pakistan, India will split Pakistan into four. As the specialist were debating the speech, orders had already been given to the armed forces, Phase One was a go. Indian special forces infiltrated way deep into Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (remember, technically India had entered its own territory). They had been monitoring the launch pads for terrorist attacks and had every angle covered. Delhi said, go and within a matter of hours the Indian armed forces had destroyed the launch pads, killed all the terrorist and also some Pakistani soldiers. They returned back to India before the world was awake and with minimal injuries to rapturous commendations from everyone.
If that was not enough humiliation for Pakistan, the SAARC conference was boycotted by everyone. Who wants to sit with the head of a terrorist state?
So whilst you and I sit here in the UK, what can we do you all ask? Well we cannot be at the LOC and take the bullets. However, there is something that every true Indian in the UK can do. I ask you all to sign the following petition (please go the website immediately):
The idea of the petition is to register our voice, to send a message to the politicians of what we think and to even get the Government of the day (which by the way is very pro-India anyway) to make a special statement. So all you have to do, and that means everyone in your family and in your network, is to sign this petition. Surely we Indians can all be united on this very simple matter?
I end by saying, we are entering one of the most important phases for India. Pakistan will split into four in the very near future. The atrocities and genocide in Baluchistan is finally an international issue thanks to PM Modi. The issue of Gilgit-Baltistan and the plight of thousands of Pashtuns was also highlighted. The Sun is rising from the East, the world needs India and it is incumbent on all of us to ensure the land of Dharma Rakshaks rises to it deserved status.
Bharat Mata ki Jai, Bharat Mata ki Jai, Bharat Mata ki Jai.
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