Not much of a battle

by Blog | 26-09-2017 | 742 views

India has always stood tall against any and all speculation launched at them. Over the years our neighbours (plural) have indeed tried some under handed tricks to make us look like the antagonists. The last week was no different when Pakistan took to the UN meeting to defame India and even after the Pakistan delegate was awarded her mandatory time to propose a counter statement the most they could offer was a forged image or an image they tried to convince was taken in the nation of India.  Within minutes of presenting the image, it was made with proof that the image was that of a 17 year old Ghaza girl who was injured during a pellet shoot out. In response to the claims, India’s junior most diplomat in the UN assembly Paulomi Tripathi retaliated with the truth of the origin of the image and even produced evidence of her own when she used Pakistan’s trick successfully against them by pulling out a picture of the Lt Umar Fayaz, a young officer from Jammu and Kashmir who was kidnapped at a wedding celebration and later brutally tortured and killed by Pakistan supported terrorists. Her words only when she used Pakistan’s trick successfully against them by pulling out a picture of the Lt Umar Fayaz, a young officer from Jammu and Kashmir who was kidnapped at a wedding celebration and later brutally tortured and killed by Pakistan supported terrorists. Her words only cemented the sayings of Sushama Swaraj who also spoke of Pakistan’s aiding and abetting of terrorists. It was indeed the nail in the coffin.

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