Kashmir: Correlations with the end of the Afghanistan war by AL Ansar Ul Haq.
800,000 Soldiers stationed in the most beautiful valleys in the world eclipsed by the peaks of the Everest. Waters run fresh, water boats, lodging boats, stunning autumns, cool summers and intense winters. A climate that is no more part of India as the people, fair, tall beautiful. Culturally, linguistically and through ethnicity more Central Asian and Pakistani then to share any remote similarity with the people along the Ganges.
The question to ask is does India really want peace in Kashmir, unable to pull back their army or drastically reduce their numbers instead they allow them to continue their killing of innocent beautiful Kashmiris. Has India not learnt the lessons of the past that you will never crush Kashmiri right for self determination, independence from Occupation through brute force. Kashmir a bit like Afghanistan separated by a thin line between Pakistan & Afghanistan it is an imaginery border and between Pakistan & Kashnmir is the Line of Control, a demarcation line. This demarcation line represents a truth between Pakistan & India where the nation that markets itself as a democracy and secular state has to give Kashmiris their right to determine their future too. Is India stoking the fire to start another uprising, indiscriminate killings by Indian (Hindu) Police and Indian Army is on the rise. They play a game of death with the lives of the innocent Kashmiris, using their souls as target practice – the sickening games of death are on the rise yet again and continue to not register in New Delhis concerns. Abductions, indiscriminate killings, fake encounters, lies and propaganda against the innocent Kashmiris once more on the up.
Logic is beside me, if India genuinely seeks peace in Kashmir or are they desperate to be seen ever the victim, poor old India and mean old Pakistan. I draw you some parrallels that need to be reflected on. As the American occupation of Afghanistan draws to an end and resumptions of the NATO line begin. The Pakistani Taliban – Tereek-e-Taliban mercenaries existing in the pockets of foreign states are again on the rise on the Western border. Attrocities against Kashmiris are on the rise fuelling an armed insurgency that will have repercussions inside Pakistan because Kashmiris inside Pakistan are not completely oblivious to these attrocities. There will be infiltrations without government support just as Pakistan can not influence the Pakthuns of Khyber and Pakthunkwa from supporting their kith and kin in Afghanistan.
The Question arises, as the end of the occupation of Afghanistan looms, the Tereek-e-Taliban attacks are on the rise and attrocities in Kashmir again on the rise. India’s US supported positive marketing and grace period also seems to be coming to an end as the occupation of Afghanistan comes to an end. The Indian economy begins to stall and stagnate, these are the correlations that need to be put into context. The world no longer has the patience to listen to the facade of India, accusing Pakistan without evidence given the recent spectre over the Mumbai terror conviction/s.
Does a certain brutish nation suger coated as a great demcoracy in South Asia feel it is losing its edge or its grace period where it was given a green light to demonise and destroy Pakistans image.
Things will change when Afghanistan war closes, while it will not give Pakistan its due respect because we all know where the US/ISAF failure will be directed to. It will give Pakistan the ability to regain / reclaim its identity and strategic influence across Asia. As the window of opportunity for India closes, the brutish India becomes impatient and seeks to stoke the fire but as her grace period also comes to an end so will be reduced her support and marketing across the globe.
Is India purposely stoking the fire or is it beyond controlling its brutish army inside Kashmir. There are correlations that analyst need to look at to understand India’s behaviour. For me the only solution to deal with this troublesome, brutish neighbour is to “box her in”. By blocking her in, you keep her occupied but also cut off her energy source and start playing dirty because this is the game this dirty whore is accustomed to. She floods and controls our water and we sit silent, she kills and massacres our troops and people through terror outfits that have her support and funding from within Afghanistan and we sit silent. She demonises and accuses Pakistan while discussing Peace and we continue to listen to her ludicrous accusations. She seeks to drown Pakistan with unwanted Indian goods that frankly we can do without and have successfully done without. To the world she uses the word of Peace but has no such intention because in reality we see a different India upto her usual antics.
It is high time we return the favour, box her in, deny her access to Central Asia. Take the Kashmiri cause across the globe, set up events, conferences to show the attrocities India has inflicted for 64 years.
India is playing dirty again and there are direct correlations with the end of the Afghan War is this clinical and precise from he rpart or an act of desperation. Russia also looks very jekyl and hyde for Pakistan but also China with recent anti terror joint military exercises close to the Chinese border.
Pakistan strategists and analysts need to look at the correlations very closely and device counter strategies which I hope our glorious nation is already preparing. Our cherished baba Al Qaid has left a legacy of wisdom that apply today as they did back then, we are always prepared for Peace, ready to compromise but not to lose sovereignty or strategic depth all the while we continue to have “nothing” in return from India. India seeks Peace by annexing, monopolising and controlling Pakistan. Our idea of Peace 65 years on continue to be so different as different as we are people with those who arose from the Ganges. As Pakistan’s relationship with India develops and as a nation we grow so grows our wisdom and understanding of India’s real intentions and we should never lose sight of this ever.