US to consult India closely in fight against extremism
The alliance of the enemies – US-India nexus would be a declaration of war against Pakistan and if he add Mr. Zardari to the scene, it is a total disaster.
US must be treated as a hostile State if it takes India as an adviser on Pakistan’s national security. This PPP government do not have the character to defend Pakistan. It is time for a regime change in Islamabad also, this time at the hands of patriots.
According to a report, the United States assured India on Wednesday that it would consult New Delhi ‘very closely’ in the fight against extremism in South Asia.
Why is Mr. Zardari so eager to build ties with India at the expense of Pakistan? These are my sentiments in response to last week’s op-ed in Pakistani newspapers written by Mr. Asif Ali Zardari to commemorate Ms. Benazir Bhutto’s birthday. I am a young Pakistani woman residing in Canada. And, needless to say, I am not impressed.
In an interview to India’s PTI news agency, Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Robert Blake, however, described Pakistan and Afghanistan as America’s “strategic priority” because of the militancy that threatened to destabilize both the countries [Read more of this repot by Dawn]
Continuing on question of “Why Mr. Zardari eager to build ties?” – he has shamelessly confessed (in his article published on 20 June 2009 in daily Jang newspaper) that the events of 9/11, the attacks on Indian Parliament and Mumbai’s Taj Mahal Hotel were somehow linked to Pakistan. The fact that even the Indians couldn’t come up with evidence to their allegations [they are battling with multiple separatist and freedom-fighting groups inside India] exposes Mr. Zardari’s slave mindset and how he is beholden to his masters.
He is more eager to build a strong relationship between India and Pakistan then between him and people of Pakistan. He is forgetting that it is India who has failed to maintain the neighborly relationship not even with Pakistan but also its other neighbors like China, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
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