Nastiness coupled with megalomania is like a ‘scratching when you itch’ for it comes as a result of a very strong impulse in which people have some sort of yearning, dissatisfaction or some itching irritability for not realizing their pre-cogitated filthy objectives.
The Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s sleazy indignation against Pakistan at the UNGA in blaming her “an export factory of terror” is such like an itching aptly narrated above. The Indian actual problem is its delusion of grandeur in which it conceives itself ‘the mini-superpower of the region’ embedded with the ultimate lofty perch to sway all. To augment this hollow delusion, there is enervating America which ardently needs India to tackle the challenges of East: the resurgent Russia & the rising China. Maybe it’s written in the stars or burden of the geography that Pakistan has left with no option but to have fit the Russo-Chinese bill in order to cope with Indo-American combo, both the so-called champions of democratic liberalism.
It’s pertinent to respond some iniquitous questions of Sushma in which she tried to indict Pakistan falsely. It will help us to delve into the roots of Indian frustration and maybe it will cure Sushma’s incessant itching. Sushma’s first question:” We set up IITs, IIMs, AIIMS and ISRO. What did Pakistan make? They set up Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed, Haqqani Network, Hizbul Mujahiddeen.” Answer: Pakistan produced the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Arfa Karim late. “Arfa Software Technology Park” is the country’s largest communication and technological park. In response to LeT, JeM et al, these are not we who created such organizations but Indian brutalities and state-sponsored terrorism in Kashmir which gave rise to such revengeful organizations. Pakistan fought war against terrorism in which Ajit Dovel’s proxies created APS like massacres in Peshawar. Pakistan saved her territory at the time when Kulbushan Yadev – like rogue Indian entities fomented sabotage in Balochistan. Hindutva-type extremist ideologies and Bal Thackrey-type rabid personalities are not ours. India begot Al-Badr (Jammu and Kashmir), All Tripura Tiger Force, Babbar Khalsa International, Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) – People’s War, Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA), Khalistan Zindabad Force, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) et al. There are more than 67+ active separatist movements in different states of India including Punjab, Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, Bangal, Chattisgarh, Orrisa, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra & list goes on.
Her second question: We are fighting poverty, but our neighbouring state Pakistan is fighting against us. Answer: India’s 360 million people (35 per cent of the total population) are living below poverty line. But one estimate suggests this figure could be as high as 77%. What an ‘astonishing’ track record to fight poverty is! According to Unicef, around 564 million Indians, nearly half the population, still defecate in the open — in fields, forests, next to ponds, along highway medians and on the beach. The Bollywood movie Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is a slap on face of the biggest democracy of the world which has miserably been failed to provide basic facility of toilet to its majority of masses. In respond to second part of her question: Yes we are fighting against India and its subversive activities in shape of gory TTP activities on our sacred land via Operations Rah-i-Haq, Rah-i-Nijaat, Zarb-i-Azab, Rad-Ul-Fassad and others in quest for peace.
Her next absurd question: India and Pakistan got independence together. But, why is it that today India is recognized as a hi-tech superpower. But Pakistan is recognized only as the pre-eminent export factory for terror? Answer: The fourth test of India’s “Nirbhay” land-attack cruise missile (LACMs), designed to carry nuclear or conventional warheads failed, reported the Times of India. All the four tests of the subsonic missile, with a strike range of 1,000km, have failed to achieve the required test parameters. Quite suffice to unravel the Indian mendacity of hi-tech superpower. Pakistan is not exporting factory of terror but a silver lining for the whole world to decimate terror. Pakistan is winning its war on terror. Over the past three years, the country has seen an extraordinary reduction in violence. For what we are, we don’t need Indian recognition. We know what we are.
Sushma’s itching in terms of mindless chauvinism and of fueling hatred on global forum against Pakistan is not surprising. The growing US-Indian romance has raised hackles not only in Beijing but also in Moscow. Both Russia and China are strengthening their military cooperation with Pakistan to trawl a strategic triangle of three to keep India off balance. Furthermore Pakistan, despite Indian sinister designs, is heading toward normalcy in wake of the CPEC with relatively calmed FATA and Balochistan. Notwithstanding American backing, India is now on isolationist path in the region. The Indian dream of regional policeman and mini-superpower is in shambles. In a bid to drumbeat the hype of her aggressive posture, Sushma in her delusion of grandeur has perhaps forgot that the peremptory timbre without a comprehensive analysis of global power hierarchy will prove to be too botchy for India. Pakistan will never accept the Indian hegemony in the region. Pakistan will move forward. India can’t halt Pakistan’s paces toward prosperity. Not to forget echoes of fetching Maryum: Rok sako to rok lo.