It must be noted here that from within this hefty routine of Hafiz Saeed, who is surround by thousands of students and organizational members apart from his media team and general reporters; how was it possible for him to take a journey to the Poonch outpost that takes approximately 10 to 12 hours on car, followed by an on-foot track of several hours, with anybody noticing it, and how it was possible that he was also present in Lahore at different hours of that day. This reminds us of an incident that occurred a few days ago, when the Indian army declared the Jupiter to be a UAV from China.
Many Indian intellectual, who can be seen on the social media claiming to be seculars and seeking the Aman ki Asha have suddenly unleashed their true identity. For instance Vikram Sood had a conversation with Beena Sarwar and Sheery Rehman, both tried to reason with him, but Mr. Vikram Sood, the ex-chief of RAW only showed his arrogance towards the both. Their convo can be seen below:
This is not the first time that Indian media and Indian intelligentsia babbled about Pakistan with false claims. Last year, Indian media claimed about LeT terrorists landed on the shores of Mumbai once again, they have even given their names, later on it turned out that all of those four “terrorist” never left Pakistan in first place ever and all of them were normal civilians, who were carrying out their small business in Lahore.
India Today is not the only one in hate with Pakistan, the Indian parliament is filled with such elements, and always ready to take the peace talks two steps back, whenever a step further is in anticipation. Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj said the Defence Minister could not give “an escape route” to Pakistan and demanded an apology from him.’,
One must be clear, that the more Pakistan will extend its hand of friendship towards India the more arrogant and rude it will tend to be. Pakistan should learn to be deterrent and expressive in the matters of its sovereignty and self-respect. And the state should be responsible enough to protect the sanctity of its philanthropists and religious figures like Hafiz Muhammad Saeed.