Friday, January 2, 2009

Neither Forget - Nor Forgive Is Mandatory This Time

Pranab Mukherjee has been using Sort of language which is expected from foreign minister of a great country like India to deal with Pakistan which is a complete failure as a nation, now this is not hidden from anybody that terrorism is a part of Pakistan's national strategy. If Pranab wants to take his threatening to logical extent and secure nation from terrorism, then he and central government will have to give a clear message across the border, that neither can we forget- nor forgive the terror attacks of 26/11. Its only possible if we come out of hesitation and doubts, that has been a sign of our national view point towards Pakistan. Today we need to come out of all sorts of illusions and accept the reality. Although Pakistan was born because of delusive belief that Muslims deserves a separate nation but it took merely 25years to split in two parts,and most of the south Asian experts believe, Pakistan will split in few more parts.
Opposite to alive democracy like India, Pak preferred to be a Islamic nation and we all witnessed its strong political and social impacts. The biggest social impact was that Pakistan almost banished its Hindu population, when Pakistan was formed it had about 25% Hindu population and now it is 1.64%, now coming on to political aspect, lack of actual democracy encouraged pak army to grab the power of nation and maintain its grip on the country, Pak army maintained the environment of war against India, even when there is some political government in pakistan, pak army doesn't mind to go for one sided operations against India which we all have witnessed as Kargil war. Pak army's first attempt to capture Indian land was in October 1947 when they intruded in Jammu and Kashmir, and Jawahar Lal Nehru went to U.N to complain rather then following the advice of top army officers like Field Marshal Kariyappa and General Thimaiyya, U.N suddenly gave the orders of cease fire and in this way India lost an area of about 30,000 sq.miles to Pakistan, Indians not only soon forgot what Pakistan did to us but also forgave them, this suicidal attitude of Indians encouraged Pakistan to attack India, and in 1965 India was attacked although Indian forces pushed the intruders behind, and captured important posts of areas like Haji Peer and Titwal this battle also turned into a war in all aspects ,which ended with the interference of U.N, when things turned to normal Pak's foreign minister zulfikaar Ali Bhutto announced in Security Council that their country will keep on fighting with Indians for thousand years and when Indian representatives showed their objection over this statement Bhutto commented "Indian dogs are going back home". May be it seems unbelievable but its true when Bhutto was abusing us, India lost everything what ever Indian army won in the war of 1965 on the table of Tashkent summit, after that in 1971 when India raised its voice against unlawful activities of Pak's army, then once again we were attacked by Pak and this war changed the map of Asia and and Bangladesh was born as the result of this war, but it also gave India unwanted refugees around 2 crore in number, in the war of 1971 Pakistan was badly defeated, and India not only captured the area of around 5000 sq.miles but also captured 93000 war prisoners, but once again P.M Indira Gandhi returned everything to Pak, in Shimla summit to the very same Bhutto who gave Indians uncountable abuses. Undoubtedly we wouldn't have faced the disgrace of 26/11 if we would have kept on telling our next generations about the words which were used by Bhutto towards Indians. Its absolutely weird that those politicians of our nation compromised with national interests, who used to do intelligent talks when they were in opposition, biggest example we have is of Atal Bihari Vajpayi he strongly opposed the strategy of donating everything won, followed by India after the war of 1965 and 1971 he also criticized the statement of foreign minister Swarn Singh that "Shimla summit is the first step towards peace", on 31st July 1971 in Lok-Sabha Vajpayi said "we have been taking first step since last 25yrs, we took the first step when Nehru and Liyakat Ali Khan met, when Nehru and Ayube Khan met that was also the first step, in Tashkent meeting of Shastri and Ayube Khan was also called first step and now again we are taking first step through Shimla summit." 25yrs later after giving this statement when Vajpayi became P.M of India it was his turn to forget everything and forgive Pakistan, Vajpyi also started to speak the language of Swarn Singh. He went to Pakistan with bus and hugged Nawaz Sharif, and pakistan answered this gesture by Kargil, after some time due to international pressure Vajpyi invited Musharraf to Agra summit, in return Pakistan gifted us with an attack on our Parliament in the short period of 3yrs Pakistan knifed Vajpayi three time in his back. Now once again congress is in the power and as usual is under the impact of NRI's, people among us who are aware and concerned towards the security of nation, need to remind the government that
  • If we wouldn't have forgotten that we have lost 30,000 sq.miles to Pak, war of 1965 wouldn't have taken place.
  • If we would have shown strong courage in 1965 and refused to bow, Pakistan wouldn't have dared to go for a war in 1971,
  • If we wouldn't have lost all the advantage gained after war of 1971, Pakistan wouldn't have had power to perform intrusion in Kargil,
  • If we wouldn't have forgotten Kargil, our Parliament wouldn't have been attacked,
  • If we wouldn't have forgotten Parliament attack, Mumbai wouldn't have been attacked
Incident of Mumbai has once again provided us an opportunity to show our unity and integrity, but we can't do that unless we give up our attitude of forget and forgive.

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