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Pakistan: a country in danger of disappearing? – Daily Excelsior

Pakistan: a country in danger of disappearing?  – Daily Excelsior
Pakistan: a country in danger of disappearing?  – Daily Excelsior

 


Swarn Kishore SinghThere was a time when present-day Texas (a highly populated and popular state in the United States of America) was an independent country. Even before that, Texas was just a small town in Mexico with a population of 3,500. Then the popular idea of ​​independence was launched by the United States among Texans; this is how their struggle for independence began. Therefore, Texas declared itself independent and its independence was short-lived, with the United States eventually annexing Texas. This is how the West is eating away the land and this is where minnows like Pakistan are destined. Pakistan is a country that was carved out of British India to ensure a nation for Muslims as the Muslim League feared discrimination against Muslims in a Hindu-majority democratic country. The Muslim League made a section of Muslims believe that they would be subjected to inferior treatment in a Hindu-dominated India; Pakistan was therefore cut off from India. It was politically convenient for the West to keep India and Pakistan at odds for times to come and what could be a more important reason to fight than in the name of religion. The West has exploited this divide for over 70 years by occasionally placing dying Pakistan on life support to ensure its continued existence and balance its interests in South Asia. The West and China have provided large financial aid to Pakistan just to support India's regional dominance in South Asia. Pakistan, a country with a mercenary military infrastructure with strategies dictated by China and the West, is busy in futile military activities so that it can keep India in check. Of late, India has realized that Pakistan is not an entity to engage and engage with in any manner; whether it involves military engagements, diplomatic exchanges and even commercial participation. Although any misadventure by Pakistan was dealt with in the same manner as India deals with Naga insurgents crossing into Myanmar; no exaggerations, no fear, just a proportional response to provide deterrence. Democracy might have given them some comfort, but then their respect for democracy can be gauged by the manner in which Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was incarcerated and not allowed to form a government even after winning. Post-election, the recent example of Imran Khan's imprisonment is also a highlight of the value Pakistan places on democracy. The most dominant entity exercising significant control over all affairs of Pakistan is the Pakistan Army; having a long history of being antithetical to democracy, the Pakistan Army is doing everything possible to ensure that its stronghold over Pakistan remains intact and for this, it has even massacred its democratic system on several occasions. The rigged elections in Pakistan earlier this year are a recent example. The Pakistani military has made it clear time and again that any attempt by a democratically elected government to rein them in is tantamount to cat breeding; some have tried and met with disaster, be it Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Nawaz Sharif, Benazir Bhutto or most recently Imran Khan. The state of distrust between the state and its citizens in Pakistan is such that Balochistan, a province of Pakistan which covers about 44 percent of Pakistan's territorial area is facing the state of Pakistan. Balochistan is rich in minerals, coal, natural gas and many other natural resources but is still kept backward and deprived by the Punjabi elite and Sindhi co-sharers sitting in Islamabad and in the name of political representation, an Anwaar-ul- puppet. Haq Kakar and political demagogues like Asif Ali Zardari are exposed to an obscene spectacle; sad and perpetual ironies for Balochistan. Pakistan assassinated its top leaders, like Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti. Since Pervez Musharraf's time as Prime Minister, there has been a continuing trend of enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings in Balochistan; Major disappearances of young people in Balochistan have also been recorded recently. Anyone who tries to speak out against the cruelty of the state is arrested in the name of national security and then disappears. Men have been targeted so much that the Baloch have now come up with a new trend whereby women lead their protests, Mahrang Baloch being the latest example, a doctor and human rights activist. His father was assassinated by the Pakistani army, then his brother was also incarcerated; all because they chose to defend Balochistan. Moreover, the unrest in Pakistan-occupied Jammu and Kashmir may appear to be due to price inflation of essential commodities and electricity tariffs, but it is simply an uprising against the unjustified occupation and exploitative policies of the Pakistani government. After failing to crush their movement, Shehbaz Sharif tried to bribe their conscience by announcing a grant of 23 billion Pakistani rupees, but even that could not stop the surge. Still in the name of political representation, they obtained the installation of a symbolic government by the Pakistani army. Pakistan is trying to suppress dissent among its own citizens, simply to ensure a good image of the integrity of their country and to avoid the wrath of China as they have made huge investments in these torn parts of Pakistan via the CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor). CPEC enters Pakistan via Pakistan-occupied Jammu and Kashmir and terminates at Gwadar port, Balochistan; both are burning, but facilitation with China remains a paramount duty for Pakistan. Recently, Shehbaz Sharif personally visited the Chinese Embassy in Islamabad to apologize for the killing of six Chinese nationals in Khyber Pakhtunkwa; this act of Shehbaz Sharif interpreted with the rules of diplomacy has a direct corollary in the fact that Pakistan is only a colony of China. The National Assembly of Pakistan recently passed a resolution recommending that Chinese language classes be provided in Pakistan, which should be enough of a sign to infer a capitulation of Pakistani sovereignty to an imperialist China. If there is a recipe for the extinction of a country; Pakistan has it all; whether it is poor governance, support for terrorist groups, protection and nurturing of subversive elements, financial collapse, civil unrest, military intervention in the functioning constitutional bodies, the destruction of democratic institutions, immigration problems, religious fundamentalism or the authorization of imperialist intervention in internal affairs. What's more dangerous for a country when the military runs the show? The Army is best suited to lead brigades and battalions, not countries and nations. Sad but true! (The author is an advocate and political observer)

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