India has taken a tough stance against the ongoing PAK militancy in Kashmir and the Valley. This has led to a decrease in terrorist activities in the valley.
PAK Terrorism: India has taken a tough stance against the ongoing PAK terrorism in Kashmir and the Valley. This has led to a decrease in terrorist activities in the valley. Pakistan is keen and eager to spread terrorism again in the Valley. Just as the monkey does not forget Gulat, the nefarious Pakistan. They have started working on a new strategy. Pakistan is now preparing to use Sri Lankan soil for terrorist acts. Pakistan may try a new strategy during Prime Minister Imran Khan’s two-day visit to Colombo from 22 January.
Pakistan can enter into agreement with Sri Lanka against India
An informed person said that Imran Khan has many limited options in the internal situation of Pakistan. First Pakistan Pakistan is completely bankrupt. Pakistan’s economic system has been completely destroyed. Inflation is at its peak in the country. Second, the entire opposition has united against the Imran government. In such a situation, Imran can work on this plan to wander the minds of the opposition and the people of the country. Awareness on the border has created panic among the active terrorists in Pakistan. He feared that Pakistan might protect Sri Lanka for this. Pakistan may initiate the 46th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva. He could sign with Sri Lanka this season. In fact, a proposal related to Sri Lanka can be brought to the UNHRC in this session. Sri Lanka’s record of human rights and related responsibilities will be examined at the UNHRC session. During his visit to Sri Lanka, Imran may propose to Colombo that Pakistan will present his side in the UNHRC if it allows him to use his land against India. He said that Pakistan can take such a step. It is also being said that Prime Minister Imran is visiting Sri Lanka to divert attention from the domestic political crisis. The opposition coalition in Pakistan has opened a front against the Imran government.
Nearly 46,000 people have lost their lives in the Kashmir Valley in the last 29 years
Significantly, in the Kashmir valley, about 46,000 people have lost their lives in the last 29 years. The dead included both civilians and terrorists. The most killed among the terrorists are those killed on the border. So far, 24,000 militants have been killed in various encounters with security forces. About 11,000 foreign terrorists are among the 24,000 terrorists killed.
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