If the superpower does nothing to stop the Indian invasion of Kashmir and its people, the two armed countries will approach a direct military war.

Fayaz Ahmed Mir, a former tractor driver who was arrested, was comforting his sister, Zahida Jan, earlier this month. Hundreds of thousands of people were detained by Indian security forces after India independently stripped Kashmir of independence on August 5. Debt … Atul Loke of The New York Times

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – After Imran Khan was elected Prime Minister of Pakistan last August, one of his priorities was to work for lasting and easier peace in South Asia. India and Pakistan, despite our grim history, face the same challenges of poverty, unemployment, and local climate change, especially the proliferation of glaciers and water scarcity for thousands of our residents.

Imran Khan needed to settle relations with India through trade and resolve the Kashmir dispute, a major obstacle to accepting relations between us.


On July 26, 2018, in his first televised address to Pakistan after the election victory, he acknowledged that we need peace with India, and if it could take one step, we could take two steps. Subsequently, a meeting between our two overseas ministers was arranged next to the session of the United Nations General Assembly in September 2018, but India canceled the meeting. The Prime Minister of Pakistan also wrote his first three-letter letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking for talks and peace.

Unfortunately, all his attempts to start peace talks were opposed by India. Initially, we thought that Mr. Modi’s positions were getting stronger and stronger and that his speech to Pakistan was aimed at escalating ethnic strife among many Indian voters over the Indian election in May.

On February 14, just months before the election, a young man from Kashmiri attacked an Indian-led Indian army in Kashmir. Indian authorities quickly accused Pakistan.

Pakistan has asked for evidence, but Mr. Modi has sent Indian Air Force military planes across the border to Pakistan. Our Air Force landed an Indian airplane and hijacked its pilot. We also strike a sign that we can defend ourselves but we have chosen not to hit a target that will create ill health.


Imran Khan made the decision that emerged to point out that Pakistan has no intention of intensifying the war between the two nuclear powers. Pakistan has returned the Indian pilot, unconditionally.

On May 23, after the re-election of Mr. Modi, the Prime Minister of Pakistan congratulated him and hoped that we could work for “peace, progress, and prosperity in South Asia.” In June, Imran Khan sent another letter to Mr. Modi giving talks to work for peace. Also, India has chosen not to respond. And Pakistan found that while Pakistan made peace treaties, India has been demanding that Pakistan be placed on the blacklist in the field of finance governments, which could lead to excessive financial sanctions and push us further into the chapter.

Apparently, Mr. Modi had made a mistake in our search for peace in the nuclear world as a plea. We would not merely be dealing with hostile authorities. We were looking forward to “New India,” hosted by leaders and the celebration of the sale of the highest Hindu ship, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, or the R.S.S.


Mr. Modi’s official wrote with admiration for the Final Resolution in “We, Our Nationhood Defined,” his 1939 guide: “To preserve the purity of the race and its culture, Germany shocked the world with its cleansing of the Semitic race – the Jews. National pride is very high here. Germany has also shown how close it is that races and cultures, with its roots to the root cause, are united in one, a great lesson for us in Hindustan to learn and benefit from. “

Imran Khan hoped that the appointment of a prime minister would lead Mr. Modi to abandon his outdated ways as India’s prime minister, Gujarat, when he gained international recognition for the 2002 war against Indigenous Muslims on his watch and was denied a visa to travel to the United States. its International Religious Freedom Act – an inventory of visa denials involving Slobodan Milosevic’s partners.

The first time Mr. Modi as Prime Minister has been accused of killing Muslims, Christians and Dalits by dangerous Hindu mobs. In Indian-occupied Kashmir, we have now seen an increase in state violence in the contemptible Kashmiris. Gunfire was introduced and aimed at the young Kashmiri protesters, blinding the entire masses.


On August 5, in its sloppy and extreme transfer, Mr. Modi’s officials changed the status of Indian-led Kashmir to the repeal of Article 370 and 35A of the Indian Constitution. This transfer is illegal under the Constitution of India, although very important, it is a violation of the decisions of the United Nations Security Council on Kashmir and the Shimla Convention between India and Pakistan.

And Mr. Modi’s “New India” has chosen to do so by imposing a curfew on the military in Kashmir, binding its residents in their homes and cutting off their phones, web and tv, giving them international information or their family members.

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