Nobel to Pak PM a joke!
At a time when the whole world is recognising the wrong deeds of Pakistan, its proxy war with India and its distinction between Good Taliban and Bad...
At a time when the whole world is recognising the wrong deeds of Pakistan, its proxy war with India and its distinction between Good Taliban and Bad Taliban, the demand for Nobel Peace Prize for its President Imran is nothing but a joke. Playing victim card by Pakistani establishment is a well-drawn strategy. The speech of Hina Rabbani Khar in Pakistani Parliament that attack on Pakistan (being an Islamic Nation) was tantamount to attack on all Islamic nations shows the fanatic mindset of Pakistan leaders.
Entire world knows that notorious Al-Queda chief Osama Bin Laden was residing inside Pakistan and his palace was right inside the Army cantonment. Many officials of Pakistan establishments including Army personnel are part of many Jihadi organisations. Time has come for India to recognise the unholy alliance between Jihadi organisations and Pakistan Army to chalk out newer strategies to deal with this uneasy neighbour.
Ranjit Behera, Eragattu Gutta, Warangal
Imran Khan not a man of integrity
The ISI-backed JeM had promptly claimed responsibility for the Pulwama massacre, which in itself should have been enough to act against that organisation. Yet, India handed over a dossier to the neighbour with details of the terror outfit’s complicity and the presence of its camps and leaders in Pakistan. While offering to hold talks regarding the dossier, Pakistan now wants proof with which it can ‘convince its people and its independent judiciary’.
India does not have investigative jurisdiction in Pakistan to provide justiciable evidence. If Pakistan wants such evidence, it should allow Indian probe agencies access to Masood, his madrasas and other terror facilities. The Indian government is justified in telling Pakistan to first take concrete steps against the JeM before initiating a dialogue.
Imran Khan and Co have tried to take the moral high ground by releasing IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, but a Prime Minister who launches fighter aircraft targeting a neighbour’s military facilities cannot be termed a man of peace, however well he speaks on TV.
Rajvardhan Nomula, Suryapet