Kab tak Zulm Karega Hindustan- Pakistan's desperate message to its people

The Pakistan establishment has often taken the position that it is more powerful than India.

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New Delhi, Oct 28: Will Pakistan ever learn? Despite coming under pressure from the international community for sponsoring terrorism in India, Pakistan continues to whip up passions. Now here is a message that the Pakistan government has sent out to all mobile subscribers in the country.

Pak sends desperate message to people

"Kub Tak Zulm Kere Ga Hindustan, Kashmir Bun Ker Rahay Ga Pakistan." (How long will India continue its atrocities. Kashmir will become Pakistan.) This message was sent out by the Pakistan government on Thursday at 1.20 PM.


It does not seem to end here. Another message that the government sent out on the same day read, "UN must implement its resolution on Kashmir to mitigate the sufferings of innocent Kashmiris."


Indian officials say that these are desperate measures by Pakistan. The Pakistan establishment has often taken the position that it is more powerful than India. However following the September 29 surgical strikes, questions have been raised about the army in Pakistan. These messages are being sent out to the people by the government so that some faith is restored, a senior Intelligence Bureau official said.

Danish Manzoor, senior journalist who has covered Kashmir extensively says that, "The anti-government & anti-ISI sentiment is gaining ground after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's September 24th appeal (Kozhikode) to people of Pakistan asking them to "rise against their establishment which had been 'cheating and misleading' them".

Manzoor who is also the chief content officer at MyVoteToday, India's number one pollster further points out that the globally isolated & internally frustrated Pakistan government is now desperately trying to make emotional fools out of its people yet again. This preposterous SMS campaign simply proves it."

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