Islamabad: Pakistan’s war mongering has no limits since India abrogated Article 370. Today, the Railways Minister, Sheik Rashid Ahmad said that a full blown war with India is likely to occur in October or November.
The Minister said that this would be the last war with India. He also blamed the United Nations Security Council for not holding a plebiscite in Kashmir to solve the issue. He also came down heavily against other Muslim countries for being silent when it came to Kashmir issue.
Rashid Ahmad also said that Pakistan is lucky to have a friend like China, who is standing with them.
The war lust of the Minister was exhibited yesterday also when he said that Kashmir would be a nuclear flash point between India and Pakistan.
Pakistan had been engaged in full blown war two times in history – in 1965 and 1971. However, India held the upper hand in both the wars. Pakistan had to face a humiliating defeat in 1971 when Bangladesh was carved out of the country.
The Pakistani foreign policy has been always India centric, especially Kashmir. India’s decision to abrogate Article 370, had made Pakistani administration jittery and they have been calling for tough actions against India since then.
The Islamic nation’s international diplomacy had failed miserably with global countries snubbing Pakistan’s position on Kashmir. Only China backed Pakistan internationally, only because the communist country has a stake in Aksai Chin which India claims is part of Indian territory.
Interestingly, no Muslim country came out in open support to Pakistan which greatly distressed the Pakistanis. Most of the Islamic nations of the world chose to give silent support to India.