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War on terror or War for business interest?

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Submitted by Bharat Khan (Australia), Apr 28, 2007 at 04:41

There are millions of people in India, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Malaysia who have Indian names. Indian names does mean Hindu name. India is not a property of Hindu or any other relegion same like Hindi Language. Dilip Kumar, the best Indian film actor (real name Yousuf Khan), Mina Kumari, Ajit, Jagdeep etc. are hundreds of films actors who never met any threat from any so called Muslim exterist.

During the partition millions of innocent Hindus and Muslims died because of divide & rule policy. If Jawahar lal Nehru was nationalist then why he did not allow Jinna to become PM and he himself President as per Ghandi's request? Bangladesh problem was created by Indira Ghandi (as per Rahun Ghandhi's recent statements) to make Banghali against Pakistan (West Pakistan) and to show that India is true friend of Banghalis.

Since that time Banghalis started migrating to India to find better opportunities and future as projected by the Indira Ghandi via Mukti Vahini in 1971. Since so called "War on terror" or "War for business interest" started and people realised to invest in big market of India such proverbs and thoughts came in picture. Everyone knows how Hindi exterimist party (BJP) came in India after big propaganda of relegion and anti-Muslim sentiments but later on people realised it is all for political benefits. Same thing happened in pakistan when Muslims leave and people's party defeated who claimed to fight with India as Jihad till last Pakistani.

My friend you can make fool one time to all people but not all time to all people. It's very easy to destroy anything, but it takes time to build it. Kashmir issue is totally a political issue high jacked by some external forces for their business benefits. Now, neither Pakistan nor India is intrested to carry this issue for political benefits.

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