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After Annexation of Kashmir, India Facing The Irony Of 1971; A Bit Of History Repeating Itself

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In 1971, as Indian trained, equipped and fully backed Mukti Bahini was wreaking havoc in the then East Pakistan by committing false flag atrocities to disillusion the general population against Pakistan Army by maligning it, India made its case for justifying its open and direct Military intervention in East Pakistan in no fewer than four ways.

Both publicly and privately, at home and abroad, the Indian government offered an interlocking series of at least four claims:

(i) an argument from human rights,
(ii) an argument from genocide,
(iii) an argument from self-determination, and, finally,
(iv) an argument from Indian sovereignty.

The last argument-that Pakistan's internal problem had become an internal problem for India too-was the most atrocious challenge to the sovereignty of another nation as any made by one enemy country against another to date.

If Pakistan is to apply the same standards that India adopted to sever East Pakistan from the West then the resolution of Indian Occupied Kashmir issue becomes just an internal matter of Pakistan to militarily intervene and solve for the betterment of the region at large, exactly as India claimed it was doing in 1971.

The Indian rhetoric did not stop there, but parallels were drawn with Hitler's Nazi atrocities and practices during second world war as another excuse by India.

How Ironic that today India is faced with the same situation by no fault of any other nation but that of its own Hindutwa Extremist Leadership that has brought the wrath of history to bear on itself in Kashmir. A manifestation of History repeating itself in no uncertain terms as ever... MakafateAmal...

Following is a video by a Pakistani Current Affairs Program Anchor that draws a similar parallel as has been drawn above:

 

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It's jihad: Imran on Kashmir after returning from US
September 29, 2019 21:06 IST


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Prime Minister Imran Khan on his return from the United States on Sunday said that those standing by Kashmiris were doing 'jihad' and Pakistan will support Kashmiris even if the world does not.

Prime Minister Khan, who focussed on the Kashmir issue in his maiden address to the United Nations General Assembly, told his party workers at the airport in Islamabad that 'whether the world is with the Kashmiris or not, we are standing with them'.


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"It (standing by Kashmiris) is jihad. We are doing it because we want Allah to be happy with us," he said.

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"It is a struggle and do not lose heart when the time is not good. Do not be disappointed as the Kashmiris are looking towards you," he said.

He said 'Kashmiris would win if the Pakistani people stood by their side'.

Khan on Friday raised the Kashmir issue in his address to the UNGA and demanded that India must lift the 'inhuman curfew' in Kashmir and release all 'political prisoners'.

In his speech that went on for about 50 minutes, far exceeding the 15-minute limit for UN speeches during the General Debate, Khan devoted half of his address to the Kashmir issue, warning that if there's face-off between two nuclear-armed neighbours, the consequences would be far beyond their borders.

His war rhetoric was in sharp contrast to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's peace message from the same podium few minutes earlier in which he said India is a country, that has 'given the world, not war, but Buddha's message of peace'.

Pakistan has been trying to internationalise the Kashmir issue after India withdrew the special status of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, but New Delhi has asserted the abrogation of Article 370 was its 'internal matter'.

India's decision evoked strong reactions from Pakistan, which downgraded diplomatic ties and expelled the Indian ambassador.

India ended Jammu and Kashmir's special status by abrogating Article 370 of its Constitution on August 5.

India's decision evoked strong reactions from Pakistan, which downgraded diplomatic ties and expelled the Indian ambassador.

Pakistan has been trying to internationalise the Kashmir issue after India withdrew the special status of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, but New Delhi has asserted the abrogation of Article 370 was its 'internal matter'.
 

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What a guy is this Khan, lol, how easily he has declared jehad officially on one hand and equated it with standing with Kashmiris on the other, adding even if the rest of the world does not because we want to gain the approval of Allah that we did not leave the side of Kashmiris. Nothing new here to read for anyone, lol...

What a guy is this Khan who spoke on return from UNGA speech like anyone who picks up a glass of water when thirsty, takes a sip and puts the glass back where it was.
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