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Pakistan withdrew troops from Kargil at my insistence, says Bill Clinton

June 3, 2001

In a startling revelation, former US president Bill Clinton has said that Pakistan withdrew  its troops from Kargil during the 1999 war on his insistence and hinted that this might have been a reason for Nawaz Sharif being ousted from power in coup. 

This remark has come at a time when Hindusthan has invited Pakistan's leader Pervez to the country and the Military chief has accepted it too.   Does Bill Clinton want to say that Hindusthan should not have  invited Pervez for the talks because Democracy does not exist in Pakistan and a Military regime exists in Pakistan.   Clinton further said he regarded Kashmir as the most dangerous place in the world today. He said he would have been happy to devote "more time in trying to resolve the Kashmir conflict than most other foreign policy   problems. But if both sides don't want, there's no point in being involved, because nothing is going to happen."

In any case "nothing is going to happen"  even when Pervez visits Hindusthan OR Hindusthani PM Vajpayee visits Lahore in a Bus or a Train or a Helicopter or just walk into Pakistan.   What Hindusthan needs today is to give Pakistan an ultimatum to take back the troops from Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.  After 17 people were killed in a suicide Bomb Blast in Tel Aviv,  if Israel could give warning signals to  biggest Terrorist Yasser Arafat, then why can not Hindusthan do it? 

On Pak invitation,  Hindusthani Union Home Minister L K  Advani today said Prime Minister Atal Behari  Vajpayee’s invitation for talks to Pervez  had “nothing to do” with according  legitimacy to the military regime in Pakistan.  "Did we ever say that we are not going to talk  with the military regime in Pakistan? We have  had dialogue with military rulers in Pakistan in  the past. It has nothing to do with it," he said.

Meanwhile on the international border with Pakistan in  Jammu ,  Pakistani Rangers opened fire at Hindusthani Border Out Posts (BOPs) but caused no injuries or damages, official sources said here today. The Rangers opened fire using light arms on six BOPs in Akhnoor and Jammu sectors and two posts in Kathua sector, the sources said, adding Border Security Force troops also retaliated.  The intermittent exchange of fire, which broke out last evening, continued till this morning, they said. An exchange of fire between the two sides had also occurred   yesterday in several sectors along the border.

Mind us,   that when Vajpayee was visiting Lahore,  Pakistan Military was already  in a process of misadventuring in Kargil.  Now that Pervez-Vajpayee are going to meet,  Pakistan Military has already shown the motives.  Pakistan and Afghanistan are two biggest Terrorist countries near to the Hindusthani Border.  Even Bangladeshis are showing the true Islamic colours to Hindusthan.  Hindusthan needs to realise this.  Till the Hindus are in a sleeping mood Hindusthan cannot become a strong State like America.  Even American President,  Bush has said "America for Americans".   Similarly,  Hindusthan is for Hindusthanis.   How can one have peace with the  Terrorist organisations like SIMI,  Hizbul, Lashkar and an unending list of such organisations funded by Islamic Nations.  These organisations need to be dealt with ruthlessly.   The members of these organisations are freely moving about in Hindusthan.  SIMI has a reputation of spreading violence in Hindusthani states of Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh.  Other Muslim organisations are also spreading Terror in several parts of Hindusthan.

The problem of Islamic Terror is not only in Hindusthan, but it is in Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, XinJiang in China, Chechnya in Russia,  Georgia,  Macedonia, Palestine and wherever the Muslims are in even in few numbers.  The violence which erupted in Oldham in England, it is now reported that most of the troublemakers were Pakistanis and Bangladeshis.   This Violence and Terror of Islam needs to finished once and for all. 

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