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New Delhi: It is difficult to compare and contrast the two August 1947-born countries. However, it is safe to say that India is everything that Pakistan has never been.

As a result of Pakistan losing its Eastern province, a new country known as Bangladesh was created. Despite adhering to Islamic principles, Dhaka, the capital of the “new creation,” still maintains cordial and friendly ties with Pakistan. However, Kashmir is the real issue that occasionally, even out of context, speaks up in the context of the relationship between India and Pakistan.

The G20 Summit later this year will give India a great opportunity to inform the world that Jammu and Kashmir, a state with a majority Muslim population, has joined India.

This “historical fact” has unnerved Pakistan because, in Islamabad’s opinion, the Kashmir issue is a result of the fundamental “idea of Muslim nationhood.” Alternatively, the G20 mega event should be utilised.

to let the world know that Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the Indian Prime Minister in 1999, went above and beyond to try to establish contact with the people of Pakistan. The late Vajpayee made a very strong point when he said that the 1947 Partition was also “fact of history.”

What was his secret? Even better, Vajpayee paid a visit to the Minar-e-Pakistan in Lahore, a memorial built on the site where the Muslim League first adopted the “Pakistan Resolution.” But in that nation, India’s gestures have never had the desired effect. The fact that “India bashing” serves as essential political oxygen and that elites, including Pakistan’s civilian and military regimes, have historically misled the masses is one major factor.

Another fact is that over the course of the past 76 years, every Indian government, including the one currently led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has made an effort to promote “positivity” in the two countries’ relations. But for known and unknown reasons, Pakistan has maintained its antipathy toward India. Even PM Nawaz Sharif’s birthday visit by Modi to that nation was hardly given the opportunity to produce the desired results.

What’s worse, Pathankot, Uri, and Pulwama’s gestures were returned by influential figures in Islamabad.

Dr. S. Jaishankar, the External Affairs Minister of India, delivered a stirring speech in 2019 while speaking with American experts and intelligentsia. “India sought a solution (to the Kashmir issue) for many years, but Pakistan was content to continue cross-border terrorism. The decision was obvious as this remark regained power. At the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, Dr. Jaishankar stated, “We either had more of the past policies and the possibility of further radicalization or we had a significant change in the landscape and a change in direction towards de-radicalization.

Therefore, it will be wise to assume that Indian diplomats, political figures, and even intellectuals will do well to inform the G20 countries and the rest of the world that Pakistan has remained strictly “opposite” to India over the years.

Although the majority of the world may already be aware of this, some people still need to be informed of its importance because Pakistan has “internatised” the Muslim League’s claim that Hindus and Muslims cannot coexist, including some G20 members and strong countries in the region.

Of course, no one is advocating that the G20 be used to criticise India’s western neighbour while making this argument. But it must be emphasised that Pakistan will not take any corrective action to improve regular relations with India or stop its cross-border terrorism policy until and unless “effective” pressure has been built on the ground.

Although the international community is aware of this, it is still necessary to point out that the “hydra-headed” terror monster that Pakistan created today poses a threat to its own issues. Its economy is a complete mess. However, the Army’s politicisation, the rise of fundamentalism, the ISI’s expanding influence, and the expansion of the drug trade continue to be problems for Pakistan.

In order to support our case against this background, it is necessary to recall Ikram Saigol’s adage, “Explose the bomb (nuke), and get ready to eat grass.” Alternately, decide against it and accept defeat.

For Pakistan, the “humble pie” theory is almost complete. The international community must realise that Pakistan’s decline as a nation, both economically and otherwise, will have significant global effects. Kashmir continues to be a major source of Pakistan’s problems, and the “easy availability” of small arms to large numbers of unemployed youths has only served to support Jihadi terrorism.

Dr. Jaishankar once more identified some of the issues with regard to difficulties in Kashmir in 2019.

“There are vested interests on both sides of the border and in the local community. Do keep in mind that everything the Pakistanis have planned for over the past 70 years has failed if we are able to actually start development in Kashmir. They won’t allow that to happen easily, so they won’t.”

Pakistan has purposefully misinterpreted so many things. A false narrative was promoted even for Afghanistan. Pakistan made the erroneous attempt to claim that India’s development assistance had no effect on the stability of Afghanistan. But during Donald Trump’s time as US President, the US had learned the tricks.

Additionally, Pakistan and India were no longer hyphenated in US foreign policy toward Afghanistan. Other nations also have to do this.

In the end, New Delhi will have to exert pressure on the rest of the world to act decisively and stop Pakistan’s mischief. Social media and the internet were used in 2016 to radicalise people and gather support for terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir. The Indian government’s position is that, if this is the case and one is in this situation, it would not be prudent to permit those with “malevolent” intentions to use the internet.

India’s case will therefore be to ensure that there are sufficient changes in place so that Pakistan understands the need to change appropriately while corresponding with G20 partners and others.

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