Advocating: Jethmalani for Musharraf and Muslim Cleric for PM Modi

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Economic Times reported to day: Advocating former Pakistan ruler Pervez Musharraf’s
four-point formula on Kashmir issue, former 
BJP MP and eminent lawyer Ram Jethmalani today said the document should be the basis for a permanent solution to the Kashmir issue and that Musharraf’s
efforts were “frustrated” by India.

I think before making opinion on Kashmir, Jethmalani Jee should contact Madhok Jee as did by PM Modi. A day after Narendra Modi was appointed
the Chairman of the BJP’s central campaign committee, veteran politician and
co-founders of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh, Balraj Madhok spoke to him on the
phone and gave him his blessings.

 

In 1992 in the leadership of then Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Murli Manohar Joshi, BJP organised  Ekta Yatra to hoist the Tricolour at Lal howk, Srinagar on Republic Day. At that time my son was also participated in that Ekta Yatra and published a book on Rashtrya Ekta edited by me. One hand written article on Kashmir was sent by him for publication. In which he said that he was the alive eye witness of the events happened in Kashmir He was born at Skardu in the former princely state of Kashmir and Jammu (now in the PakistaniNorthern Areas).
He started his academic and political career in 
Jammu and
Kashmir
. He unified Hindus who were not in large numbers, to stand against the Pakistani forces and local separatists in 1948. He along with Prem Nath Dogra,
formed the Praja Parishad Party in Kashmir in 1949. 

 

According to the news report published in various news agencies: “If a plebiscite is held in the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, more than 99 per cent people there would vote to become a part of the Union of India,” Anjuman Minhaj-e-Rasool chairman Maulana Syed Athar Dehlavi told reporters 

 

Dehlavi argued that the separatist movement has been losing ground and Kashmiris on both sides
of the border and people are interested in development and good governance.


“The separatists in Kashmir have lost their ground and the people in the
Valley are discussing issues like good governance, development and education.
They are not bothered about what a handful of people are saying,” Dehlavi
said.

 

Dehlavi added that people who had to bear the brunt of the recent floods are all praise for
the remarkable action of Indian Armed forced in the rescue operations.


“The people are praising the army as their savior. The army has done a wonderful job in Kashmir. The people in Kashmir have now realised that the army is their real savior,”
Maulana Syed Athar Dehlavi said.

Dehlavi also praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his “people friendly” policies inJammu and Kashmir and the country.

 

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Nuke in Kargil : Shivaji and Shastri

Tags: Nuke in Kargil, Shivaji and Shastri, Widow of Martyr, Clinton reminded Sharif, Pakistan’s nuclear missiles, Jaswant Singh, US ambassador, Osama bin laden, Musharraf, Vajpayee, Musharraf, Militancy

History is Past. News is old.

 

Santosh Kanwar, widow of Martyr Mangej Singh swore ”I shall not hesitate to send all my three sons to the front and will be proud if they die defending the country like their father”

High than Mount Everest height emotional words of the martyr-memorial at Kohima:

 

When you go home
tell them of us
And say
for your tomorrow
we gave our today

 

(1) LONDON, MAY 12, 2002:

The Pakistani Army mobilised its nuclear arsenal against India in 1999 — during the Kargil conflict — with the full knowledge of its then prime minister Nawaz Sharif, the Sunday Times reported today, quoting Bruce Riedel, who was a senior adviser to the then US President Bill Clinton on India and Pakistan.

 

While Clinton reminded Sharif how closes the US and Soviet Union had come to nuclear war in 1962 over Cuba, Sharif agreed it would be a catastrophe even if a single bomb was dropped.

 

John Pike, director of the Washington-based Global Security Organisation, said intelligence channels could have become aware of the trucks that carry Pakistan’s nuclear missiles being moved from their bases at Sargodha, near Rawalpindi.

 

(2) MARCH 29, 2005:

Ex-defence minister Jaswant Singh said a former US ambassador was responsible for spreading paranoia about an impending India-Pakistan nuclear war during the 1999 Kargil war. There was this US ambassador, whom I shall not name, who was saying these things. And I asked (former minister of state for defence) Arun Singh to go and have a word with him,” Singh said.

 

(3) As news agencies reporting on July 7, 2006:

There was a deployment of certain variety of missiles that Indian Authority saw. Jaswant Singh has sighted that site in his book which is under print and will come in public soon.

 

(4) “American Diplomacy and the 1999 Kargil Summit at Blair House,”

by former White House official Bruce Riedel, says whole truth of the kargil War:

 

Prime Minister Sharif had seemed genuinely interested in pursuing the Lahore process when he met with Vajpayee…he wanted an end to the fifty year old quarrel with India. His military chief, General Pervez Musharraf was said to be a hardliner on Kashmir, a man some feared was determined to humble India once and for all.

 

When Clinton later reveals the extent of Islamabad’s nuclear preparedness, Sharif “seemed taken aback and said only that India was probably doing the same,” Clinton then berates Sharif, asking “did he know how crazy that (getting nuclear missiles ready) was?”

An angry Clinton had asked repeatedly for Pakistani help to bring Osama Bin Laden to justice from Afghanistan. Sharif had promised often to do so but had done nothing. Instead the ISI worked with Bin Laden and the Taliban to foment terrorism, Riedel discloses Clinton as telling Sharif. (More recent reports say Musharraf sabotaged a CIA project to train Pakistanis commandos to catch Bin Laden).

 

Sherif tells Clinton that unless the US gives him some face-saving formula for withdrawing from Kargil, the fundamentalists back home will gun for him and this might be his last meeting with the US President.

 

Sharif had a choice, withdraw behind the LoC and the moral compass would tilt back toward Pakistan or stay and fight a wider and dangerous war with India without American sympathy.

 

Finally in September 1999, Sharif sends his brother Shahbaz. But all that Shahbaz wants to discuss is what the US could do to help his brother stay in power. “He all but said that they knew a military coup was coming,” recalls Riedel. It did, a few weeks later, when Musharraf toppled Sharif.

 

The above printed version of Riedel is now in public domain.

Spokesman, Colonel Bikram Singh, said there was every reason to believe the Pakistanis were equipped with chemical weapons as they had left behind some gas masks. Pakistan is a signatory to the Chemical Weapons Convention and has declared that it does not have any chemical arms.

 

In the summer of 1999, India and Pakistan fought a 73 day military conflict merits intensive study.

 

(1) Shivaji and Afzal Khan

Shivaji to follow ‘Tit for tat’ policy, pretended to be extremely afraid of Afzal Khan and his army, and offered to surrender personally to him provided his well-being was guaranteed. When the meeting took place, Afzal Khan (a big, stocky and giant of a figure, compared to short and agile figure of Shivaji) tried to kill Shivaji with a big embrace and stab at Shivaji in the back, but ‘Hindu Rashtra’ founder was quick and he passed his arm around the Khan’s waist and disemboweled the Khan with a small and sharp dagger called the ‘bichwa’.

 

(2) Lal Bahadur Shastri

He was also of short figure as Shivaji. Shastri promised to meet force with force, and by early September the second Indo-Pakistan war had commenced. He instructed the army if needed march towards Lahore. Though the Indian army reached the outskirts of Lahore, Shastri agreed to withdraw Indian forces.

 

(3) Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Heading the Cabinet Committee on Security gave the armed forces a simple unencumbered task: to evict the intruders without crossing the Line of Control.

 

(4) Why religious head count in Army?

We should salute our soldiers when they are alive, not just when they become martyr?

 

(5) General Ved Prakash Malik

He said in an interview: Also, though India and Pakistan are nuclear nations, it is not true to say there cannot be a conventional war between them. Kargil proved that. There is a threshold under which a conventional war is possible. We must always be conscious of the fact that terrorist operations and militancy are part of a conflict spectrum. It can escalate and shift into a conventional war quite easily. It happened in 1947, it happened in 1965 and it happened in 1999. Today’s law-and-order problem can turn into a war tomorrow. We need to monitor the situation carefully and be prepared physically and mentally in case it escalates.

 

‘Kargil is not the end. Militancy is not going to die down’ Lieutenant General Y N Sharma (retired), who lost a leg in the 1971 Indo-Pak war, said Pakistan had fought five jihad wars, including a proxy from 1985-98. The neighbour was repeating ‘a cycle of hate and aggression’.

 

By Premendra Agrawal