Pakistan Economy Watch on Monday said that politics of allegations on the part of New Delhi would harm already fragile economies in the region. India is an irresponsible state that is true to its habit of blaming Pakistan for its every shortcoming and internal problem, said Dr. Murtaza Mughal, President Pakistan Economy Watch.
However, this time her accusations have helped Pakistanis unite and take a firm stand against aggression of neighbours. He said that Pakistan should demand to bring the arrested assailant Ajmal Amir Kasab in front of international experts and media so that his nationality should be ascertained and the unholy designs of New Delhi be unmasked.
The chief of RAW and Secretary Foreign Affairs should be summoned over economic and water terrorism, situation in Karachi, Balochistan and Fata. They should be quizzed about setting up the terror dens working in the name of consulates in Afghanistan with sole aim to destabilise Pakistan, he demanded.
“There is no need to send even a menial worker or domestic servant of ISI or any other institution to India,” he said adding that a peace deal should be made with the belligerent tribes so that troops engaged there could be easily moved to eastern borders. “War for survival is more important for us than the so-called war against terror.”
He said presently Pakistan is facing some internal and external problems but it has not become Nepal or Afghanistan. A wrong calculation of our strength by Indians could prove to be their last mistake. “A county that fails to face some armed youth cannot face collective might of military and people of Pakistan,” said Dr. Murtaza Mughal.
He said that friendship with India has always proved an illusion. Pakistan has gained nothing but lost a lot in effort to please neighbours. Time has come to stop being apologetic on every issue as it hurts the morale of the nation.
He demanded that pacts with India should be reviewed and recent assurances should be taken back. He said that shaky tone and shivering legs of Indian leaders has always failed to pressurise or strike fear in the heart of Pakistanis. In her own interest, India should forget about becoming a regional power. -PAk Economy Watch