It is proved on various occasions and now has become a universal truth that rogue nation Pakistan will never mend its ways and continue to indulge in activities which are morally, ethically and even legally against the very basis of humankind and are considered evil and bad in the eyes of any sane human being whether belonging to oriental world or west. The latest in the series of Pakistan’s misdemeanors is vandalism of Buddhist heritage in Gilgit-Baltistan which speaks of level of oppression the minorities have to face in that country. If not condemned at global level with full might this could help in setting precedent and lead to miseries of minorities which are already reeling under constant fear of persecution and prejudice. Taking right step, India has conveyed strong concern to Pakistan over act of vandalism in Gilgit-Baltistan. Annihilation of Buddhist heritage in part of the erstwhile State of Jammu and Kashmir illegally occupied by the Pakistan is a horrendous act and shows deceitfulness and abhorrence of the eastern neighbour of the country which has no match anywhere in the world. The felony of Pakistan came to light after pictures shared on social media unveiled the defacement and vandalism of several ancient Buddhist paintings and rock carvings. Though, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava has expressed concern at reports of vandalism, defacement and destruction of invaluable Indian Buddhist heritage located in so called ‘Gilgit-Baltistan’ area of the Indian territory under illegal and forcible occupation of Pakistan but it is necessary that international community should be apprised of the wickedness of Pakistan instigating India and other likeminded nations by its sinful acts. This is however not new for Pakistan as the country in the past also had indulged trampling religious and cultural rights of the minorities with impunity making life of people not belonging to religion of main land a virtual hell. As far as India is concerned, it becomes imperative to act fast and vacate the illegally occupied territory from the clutches of Pakistan and ensure good life to people living in that territory.
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