India’s most pampered secessionists and anti-national elements in Kashmir are elated over Pakistan Prime Minister’s rhetoric on K-issue in United Nations General Assembly, as if the solution to the so-called problem was just round the corner. The fact, however, remains that several generations of their ilk have vanished during the past seven decades, nurturing this ‘dream’, which is becoming distant with each passing year.
Is it a matter of pride or shame for Pakistani daily wagers to justify their earnings by performing the ritual of praising them notwithstanding the agony causing to innocent and enterprising Kashmiris who bear the brunt of their misadventure?
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