Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Imran Khan betrays Kashmiri Matryrs, vows to set aside Kashmir for "Trade"

While one listened to Imran Khan’s views on Kashmir, expressed in an interview  with Karan Thapar of the CNN-IBN’s Indian channel on Sunday, one was,  for a moment, apt to ask oneself: “Do my ears deceive me?”  he would go along with President Zardari’s point  of view on the Kashmir dispute with India and leave it to the next  generation to settle. Right now, the two neighbours, he thought, needed  to develop trade relations and put in place confidence building measures  to raise the so called "level of mutual trust". However, in the same breath, he  called Kashmir the core issue between the two countries and believed  that any terrorist incident happening in India, whether through a  militant group in the disputed state or elsewhere, would undo the  positive effects of the CBMs and the commercial ties.Strange, rather  confused logic, for putting on the backburner a dispute which should be  the first issue to be put out of the way for real and lasting trust to  take root.
 Innocent Kashmiri Children are being harassed by a very humanitarian Indian Army. Cricketer-turned-politician  Imran Khan has slogged for a good 15 years to reach the landmark of  public recognition, and all this while he has been known for maintaining  consistent, principled positions on fundamental issues the country was  confronted with. He is an untried figure in politics, but has  demonstrated an uncompromising opposition to the loot and plunder and  bad governance the current political setup was widely accused of. Though  the rumblings of his arrival on the scene has been heard for quite a  while, the mammoth crowd that assembled in the grounds around  Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore, at the end of the last month put the seal of  his coming of age as a politician who could carry a sizeable section of  the electorate with him – a worrisome prospect for already established  parties. However, it seems that the urge to get into power has taken  hold of him and, in his impatience, he is out to garner as many votes as  possible, even at the cost of principles to which he has for so long  adhered.By advocating promotion of trade with the Bastard State of India to the neglect of  Kashmir, he intends to win the hearts of MFN traitor lobby. With PTI casting its  lot in favour of MFN to India, all mainstream secular terrorist parties, except  Jamaat-i-Islami and some other religious parties, have joined hands on  this issue.
The Azad Kashmir Prime Minister (PPP) has made the comment  that the MFN is worrying only the media and Punjab. With  one miscalculation, Imran Khan may have down in public estimation.  There is yet time for him to think. The nation has become sick to the core, of having  remote controlled leaders who are ready to make compromises for the sake of power; it can  stand no more of them. Even if he succeeds in coming into power on the  score of the politics of compromises, history would not forgive him for  losing the chance to lead not only the country, but the entire Muslim Ummah to a successful path.

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