This widespread hatred for India has resulted in Pakistan becoming the terrorism capital of the world. The country is facing economic and social ruin and the Taliban, instead of being Pakistan’s ally on its western borders, has become a source of instability in Pakistan itself.
In the last few weeks, the habits of the neighboring country of Pakistan teach us some profound things about it. Even in sorrow he cannot give up his utter hatred for India. Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif acknowledged that the war with India had brought nothing but misery to Pakistan, but he could not bring himself to ignore Kashmir and focus on peace efforts. Despite the food shortage, failed power grid and bankrupt economy, Pakistan’s mind is still at its feet. A few days before Sharif’s derogatory statement, his Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto could not stop himself from using objectionable language about PM Modi. He said that Osama bin Laden is dead. But the butcher of Gujarat is alive and he is the Prime Minister of India.
Hatred towards India will spoil Pakistan’s game
Last week, another Pakistani minister in Davos, Hina Rabbani Khar, said that her country does not see Modi as a partner of peace. This despite the fact that in his first term, Modi has repeatedly tried to reach out to Pakistan. In Pakistan, the lights went off on Monday due to a failed attempt to save electricity. There was a fault in Pakistan’s National Electricity Grid. Due to this, a large part of Pakistan reached darkness during the day itself. While there may be technical reasons for this grid failure, we cannot help asking: can a country act sensibly and competently when its entire driving force is hatred for a neighbor that has No harm has been done to him.
Pakistan on the way to become Bhasmasur
Once you realize the underlying hatred that drives Pakistan’s attitude towards India, how to deal with it should also become clear. Do what Mohini did to Bhasmasur. Let him destroy himself with his pride and all-consuming insistence. was born from the dust (ash) consumed on Shiva’s body. Pleased by the demon’s great devotion towards him, Shiva agreed to grant a boon of his choice. Bhasmasura asked for the power to burn anyone who put his hand on his head. Shiva granted him this. Bhasmasura became arrogant with the boon, and is said to have become a nightmare for the whole world. Vishnu took the form of the charming Mohini, a charming dancer who charmed him with her charms, and initiated a dance called Muktantya. During this dance Bhasmasur was forced to put his hands on his own head. The moment his hand touched his head, it burnt to ashes. Pakistan is on the way to become Bhasmasur. It wants India destroyed, even if it destroys itself in the process. This is where his strategy to bleed India with thousands of wounds was born, although he ignored the fact that any person who wields a knife, sooner or later injures himself.
China also left Pakistan on its condition
This widespread hatred for India has resulted in Pakistan becoming the terrorism capital of the world. The country is facing economic and social ruin and the Taliban, instead of being Pakistan’s ally on its western borders, has become a source of instability in Pakistan itself. Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan has now started threatening the Pakistan Army itself. Pakistan is not only surrounded in the west but is also being torn apart by an ideological battle in its eastern part. Baloch militants in the southwest pose a direct threat not only to Pakistan, but also to Chinese economic projects in and around Gwadar. Bhasmasura is now a threat to himself and his allies as well. In such a situation, India needs to encourage him while being careful of any nefarious act. Give him time, and Bhasmasura will self-destruct out of his strong hatred for India. Perhaps that’s why China also abandoned its friend and backed down from the obstructionist move in the United Nations. Abdul Rehman Makki of Lashkar was allowed to be declared a global terrorist. This China is not doing India any favors, perhaps realizing that Pakistan’s unchecked hatred may eventually spill over to China, where it may face Islamist resistance in Xinjiang.