“There will be blood”

February 17, 2017
Naumann Ansaari

A woman clad in burqa walks in the hallway of the tomb of Sufi saint Syed Usman Marwandi, also known as Lal Shahbaz Qalandar, in Sehwan Sharif, in Pakistan's southern Sindh province, September 5, 2013. Picture taken September 5, 2013. To match Feature PAKISTAN-SUFI/ REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)

Written by: Naumann Ansaari

Remember that enemy needs mass for massacre in sensitive places so that terror resonance could go higher in making CPEC weaker. There should be no doubt that new axis of evil in form of Indian, Afghan intelligence agencies with incorporation of Afghan war monger predator groups are jointly busy in making CPEC project fail for months. D.G. ISPR has, rightly, described the recent situation saying in his tweet betimes:

“Recent terror acts are being executed on directions from hostile powers and from sanctuaries in Afghanistan. We shall defend and respond.”

As long as motherland comes under attack by hostile powers with their malign intentions; a good retaliation with squelch action becomes inevitable and our COAS recent statement truly depicts the iron intention against our enemy. He said:

“Each drop of nation’s blood shall be revenged and revenged immediately. No more restraint for anyone… Terrorists are trying to regroup in safe havens in Afghanistan and are attempting to spread doubt and despondency in our society. We all collectively shall fail their desperate maneuvers.”

When there are wars imposed on motherland; there must be national heroes with their hope—giving statements and actions. So far, our brave soldiers and the defenders of our universe have laid their lives in laying foundation of our security and freedom. There has been a line of daring army generals. Each one played their role in dismaying the enemy from their action and statement both. In the intense situation these statements play the most important role in keeping national morale high and stable.

Nevertheless, if actions are not louder than words the power of statement starts diminishing, gradually and spontaneously. I, personally, still await the APS incident culprits to be annihilated. I keep praying that one day our soldiers would invade the enemies’ sanctuaries in Afghanistan and would trample the Indian—Afghan joint snake forever. I wish our men of sword tread down the neighbor land to eliminate the arch enemies in all forms so that we and people living in Afghanistan could live peacefully and with complete harmony.

It is high time when our defenders do more for themselves against our enemies who are lurking around for our every drop of blood and breath. Taking ‘action’ is the best and only resort for our soldiers against those who are shedding our innocents’ blood. Time is everything and it is this time that demands us to go beyond our words.

Published in Opinion, Pakistan

Story first published: 17th February 2017




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