Ayaz Mir Disclosing Reality of PIA’s Current Situation
Ayaz Mir Disclosing Reality of PIA’s Current Situation THE Govt of India has been looking at with concern the spiralling violence in Balochistan and the heavy military motion, including the use of helicopter gunships and jet warring parties through the Executive of Pakistan to quell it. We are hoping that the Govt of Pakistan will exercise restraint and take recourse to non violent discussions to deal with the grievances of the folk of Balochistan. -Indian statement
For sheer audacity, this takes the prize. The smugness it reveals is ordinary: that India can escape with anything else, which, given the location in Pakistan nowadays, is probably not all that farfetched an assumption.This transparent strive at mischief, then again, goes some distance beyond the mere display of cheek. Additionally it is a sharp slap within the face of those efforts the federal government has been making, certainly the agile somersaults it has been executing, to placate India those prior two years, starting with that tremendous joint commentary signed by President Musharraf and Prime Minister Vajpayee in Islamabad on January 6, 2004.
On this statement, which will have to be one among a type in diplomatic practice, Musharraf gave his personal coverage that territory underneath Pakistani control could not be used for terrorism. The fruit of ‘again-channel’ contacts between the 2 nations, a greater triumph India may no longer have wished for as it lent credence to Indian charges that Pakistani territory was certainly used for terrorism. Such slips nations alive to their interests usually don’t make however we did, and for no quid pro quo.