Mumbai under a severely scary dark cloud cover! Not the rains. But the reign of horror, terror! Dozens dead! One terrible date! Horror in everyone’s eyes! Pakistan on the offensive, much like a coward! India suffering when it never should have! What a ghastly ocurrance. What a terrible ordeal of life.
Nothing that happened should ever have happened. Nothing that did happen should actually happen to anyone. Not to India. Not to Pakistan and not to any other nation anywhere on the face of the earth.
And now, when India is trying its level best to bring the ill doers of the infamous 26/11 attacks to justice, there’s been a terrible delay from the end of Pakistan on the subject of assisting India to seek justice!
Is that even right? Should such a thing have even happened in the first place? Marking the terrible but unforgettable events of the 26/11 attacks on its anniversary, the following notes came to light after honourable PM Shri Narendra Modi addressed the nation and brought to life all the wrongs that Pakistan has done so far on the matter:
“India can’t forget the wounds of the Mumbai attacks. Now, today’s India is combating terrorism with a new policy and new ways.”
Call it a note, call it a public statement but call it what you may but what was said by the PM of India to Pakistan was truly apt and came right on the correct occasion, in the right knick of time with attention being directed to the massive harm that Pakistan is causing and perhaps delierabtely so.
Just imagine. Just think for a second that you cause irreparable harm to a harmless country and when charged for a cold blooded account of manslaughter, then you just end up delaying the matter of trial with regards to those who need to be brought to justice! Should such a thing ever happen? Who would do such a terrible thing to the other and why?
Here’s what PM Modi said in his note to the nation, directing attention over to Pakistan and its rotten act related to 26/11:
“I pay my homage to all those who died in the Mumbai attacks. Many brave police personnel were martyred in this attack. I also pay homage to them.”
But the note didn’t end there, it continued. The following was said in addition to the above:
Pakistan to abide by its commitment to not allow territories under its control for terrorism against India”, according to a ministry statement.
“It is a matter of deep anguish that even after 13 years of this heinous terror attack, the families of 166 victims from 15 countries across the globe still await closure, with Pakistan showing little sincerity in bringing the perpetrators to justice.”
Now having said that, the key thing for now is to note as to how might the Pakistani PM, Mr. Imran Khan respond and that’s, if at all? Also, will Pakistan, after hearing India’s seething anger (and rightly so) do anything after all to speed up the trail related to 26/11 perpetrators who really need to be brought to justice?