Estimated 900 million voters of world’s largest democracy will exercise their constitutional right to select their next parliament by balloting in approximately three months hereafter.
India’s obsession to impair Pakistan knows no bounds.
The Post Pulwama standoff between Pakistan and India and the resultant escalation has brought South Asia to the brink of a nuclear war; despite apparent cooling down of situation, the military drawdown has not taken place.
Ever since 1947, Pakistan and India have had three major wars and numerous skirmishes over their longstanding bilateral issues.
The recent Pakistan-India Crisis has proved India as “Intolerant and Extremist State” The world has witnessed Indian war-craze, backed by extremist media to create war-hype.
India is the largest and multicultural democracy in the world. Pakistan is the second largest Muslim country in the world. One Fourth population of the world resides in this region which we call South Asia.
The founding father of India Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi said, “An eye for an eye will make the world go blind”, a quote that is still trying to find home in his India.
On 14th February 2019, a car bomb blast killed over 40 paramilitary troops in the Indian occupied Kashmir. Just hours after, the Indian government and media blamed Pakistan without even carrying out the preliminary investigations.