Mundane Political Games

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The news ‘High Voltage Drama at Bihar Assembly/Feb 25, 2009’ brings pathos and it seems that it has hardly got any news value. The former president and army chief Perwez Musharraf is an Indian by berth. His visit to Naharwali Gali at Daryaganj, Delhi 6 (also Shahjahanbad) was irresistible during his India visit.

Our national leaders like L.K Advani, Inder Kumar Gujral, Dr. Manmohan Singh and Kuldeep Nayar and many more were born in today’s Pakistan. And if Laluji could recall his memory, he talked about the reunion of Pakistan with India.

Now his party men (as mentioned in the news) have come forward to defend a Muslim as to why has he been called a ‘Pakistani’? Once, when the issue of Bihar division was a hot political cake, he came up with a pompous statement that Bihar will get divided on his dead body. But ultimately, what happened? Does he care his political stature or the land of the people amidst endless suffering on every front, of the people and the land?

Can the history deny that Pakistan is the child of India? India was indivisible and will remain so in terms of her immortal values and great philosophy of the world. India is not surrounded by a geographical boundary and does not believe in it. The real India is vast and the depth of knowledge cannot be fathomed. And that vastness cannot be seen by political magnifying glasses which is unfortunately in use by handful politicians.


Madani Mohiuddin Ahmad, King Saud University, Riyadh, KSA. email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Phone: 00966-542514538 (KSA), 0091- 9873503721 (New Delhi, India).

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