Rashmi Talwar ‘s Point of view on Baluchistan, Published in June NEWSLINE 2012


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Rashmi Talwar ‘s Point of view on Baluchistan ‘Grave Situation’ Published in June NEWSLINE 2012

Rashmi Talwar ‘s Point of view on Baluchistan, Published in June NEWSLINE 2012

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8 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by saira on September 18, 2012 at 4:05 PM

    well written

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  2. Posted by asif ali on September 11, 2012 at 6:12 PM

    Kidding apart, but we should see the other side of it, why wasn’t this happening some five years ago and if Pakistanis were really against Hindu how come not a single Hindu was murdered in Pakistan since 1947 just because he is a hindu – Not even one single Hindu was killed, maimed, hurt or lynched in West Pakistan (which is now called Pakistan) in response to India intervention in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) during the 1971 war. So it does mean something else is brewing in Baluchistan.

    The fact of the matter is that besides Baluchistan having a huge reservoir of domestic natural gas, there is a huge mine of gold and other natural resources called “Recodeck Mine” in Baluchistan and the western powers are desperate to have it. This is the reason they are brewing trouble.

    I am a straight forward & cruelly realistic guy, if Pakistan is at fault, it shall be voiced…

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    • Posted by Rashmi Talwar on September 11, 2012 at 7:54 PM

      I understand that u are referring to economic richness of this region but dear u r wrong wen u say slaying on basis of religion never happened before in Balochistan …or not after 1947 … Dear u have to place authentic facts and not heresay …

      I am not a religious person but only spiritually inclined, my religion is more of being a Humanitarian — My daily life or otherwise is not governed by religious texts …or self created dos and don’t by self acclaimed learned ‘Guru’ types seem to throw at u …

      Hence religion is not of any importance but sentiments on issues of faith are sacrosanct … if a hindu wants to be with his God in a temple or a muslim in his mosque or a sikh in his gurdwara … so be it …. Crimes perpetuated on the lines of religious beliefs seem to be so petty. It is alwys a personal agenda behind the holy cloak of religion that perpetrator of crime resorts to .

      Killing anyone irrespective of religion is a Crime and other criminal activity shd also be taken without any religious connotations .
      .. Law of the Land shd be followed irrespective of religious bias … but in reality it does not take that shape ..Human nature is such. some pockets remain steeped in religion while others are less inclined and for some everything is on a Humanitarian level … To Each His Own ….

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  3. Posted by asif ali on September 11, 2012 at 6:05 PM

    Sorry magar main samajhta hoon k Sheesha khud Rashimi-ji say bhagta hai….

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  4. Posted by bkuchroo on September 8, 2012 at 6:35 PM

    It is very nice , beautifully written I am really immersible by the whole essay please tell me as you put new blog love it to read it so nice

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    • Posted by Rashmi Talwar on September 11, 2012 at 7:56 PM

      @BKuchrooo ji dear u can just click subscribe button on this blog and all new posts would automatically come as emails to u ..Cheers !

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  5. Posted by Parveen Johal Dhyan Dewanshu on September 7, 2012 at 1:47 PM

    Parveen Johal Dhyan Dewanshu ‎…Mohtarma Rashmi ji aap Seeshe se Aankh churati hain…

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