What would you like to tell Pakistan

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What would you like to tell Pakistan

Mudassir Ali 11 months 2 Answers 156 views

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  1. It ill behoves me to use expletives at my age. Even in my teenage and youth I was known for not using them – that too being a Punjabi. Among ordinary Punjabis no sentence is complete without an expletive or two in it.

    For Pakistan however, I have a message: stop immediately the scourge of terrorism, otherwise the fires of Hell will embrace you soon. Pakistan is galloping fast to Hell’s doors although China is slowing its pace by holding its tail – for its own vested interests.

    Stop teaching your primary schoolchildren to hate Hindus. After all weren’t your ancestors Hindus? Those great people who taught the world how to count, gave the best philosophy, astronomy, scientific discoveries and humanity. The entire world acknowledges the contributions made by the ancient Hindus. Why claim Arabs and Turks as your ancestors. They were two of the most rapacious peoples in the past who coveted other peoples land and their possessions and committed only to proselytizing the vanquished by the force of the sword. Don’t follow their footsteps in this modern age.

    That’s all I’d like to tell the people of Pakistan. Renounce violence. Stop proselytizing and live peacefully with us.

  2. Our respective countries were divided because of the ambitions of two crooked men – Jawaharlal Nehru and Mohammed Ali Jinnah. Both these men in their life time left behind many issues which remains unsolved till this day. Kashmir is one among them.

    Pakistan after partition was particularly better off economically than India. But over a period of time, slowly but steadily India made progress and stands tall today among the successful economies around the work. Sadly Pakistan fell into a trap laid down by the US to counter the Soviet Union and Gen. Zia-ul-Haq happily tripped onto it to avenge Pakistan’s loss in the 1971 War with India. Pakistan with their vengeance filled heart and mind slowly slipped to become the terrorism capital of the world whereas India has become the IT Capital of the world.

    The educated Pakistani society should realise Kashmir can’t be won by Pakistan. Their investment on groups like Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba will further add to their burden and miseries which will hurt their common peace loving people. Let them invest in developing tourism so that Indians can travel to Pakistan and enjoy Pakistan and their food.

    Long story short – Urge your government to curb terrorism directed at India and spend that money on the social and economic development of Pakistan. Because if Pakistan doesn’t curb, we will not hold back even if it costs us our lives.

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