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India’s anti-Muslim policy!

- Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal



India’s anti-Muslim policy is well known and welcomed by nay anti-Islamic nations around the globe. In fact, this Indian anti-Islamic policy has gathered a few allies not only in the West and Israel but even in third world countries.  

India’s anti-Muslim policy is directly linked to its anti-Pakistan policy.  In fact, Indian anti-Islam policy is also connected to its hatred for Pakistan. When the criminal Hindus pulled down ghastly the historic Babri mosque India may have thought it has attacked and destroyed Pakistan.

Sick minds need treatment proper treatment but who will do that when Americans and Arabs rejoice at Hindutva happiness?


Relations between India and Pakistan have been complex and largely hostile due to a number of historical and political events starting with the violent partition of British India in 1947, the Kashmir conflict leading to numerous military conflicts fought between the two nations. Consequently, their relationship has been plagued by hostility and suspicion. India views its own Muslims with suspicion, denies them legitimate rights, now lynching and denial of Muslim marriage- divorce rights. . Like it sees Pakistan, India hates Muslims and ignores I their presence. Even the Muslim ministers in BJP government obviously are under surveillance. 

Officially, India emerged as a “secular nation with a Hindu majority population and a large Muslim minority and Muslims have been under duress and surveillance, they are continuously insulted and injured. Pakistan emerged also as a secular nation with an overwhelming Muslim majority population; later becoming an Islamic republic although its constitution guarantees freedom of religion to people of all faiths. India remained a threat to Pakistan and snubbed it, always wished bad for it and its people. 

Soon after their independence, India and Pakistan established diplomatic relations but mutual suspicion and hatred kept them divided perpetually.

Since their Independence, the two countries have fought three major wars, one undeclared war and have been involved in numerous armed skirmishes and military standoffs. The Kashmir conflict is the main centre-point of all of these conflicts with the exception of the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971 and Bangladesh Liberation War, which resulted in the secession of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). The attempts to improve the relationship have failed mainly because of Kashmir issue and Indian hatred for Muslims in both nations and the Shimla summit, the Agra summit and the Lahore summit etc only served the leaders to come together to enjoy  life for a couple of days. Since the early 1980s, relations between the two nations soured particularly after the Siachen conflict, the intensification of Kashmir insurgency in 1989, Indian and Pakistani nuclear tests in 1998 and the 1999 Kargil war. The 2003 ceasefire agreement and the Delhi–Lahore Bus service – were only particularly successful in de-escalating tensions. 

After a brief thaw following the election of new governments in both nations, bilateral discussions again stalled after the 2016 Pathankot attack.[5] In September 2016, a terrorist attack on an Indian military base in Indian-administered Kashmir, the deadliest such attack in years, killed 19 Indian Army soldiers. India's claim that the attack had been orchestrated by a Pakistan-supported jihadist group was denied by Pakistan. India links struggle for Kashmiris for sovereignty to Pakistan. But Pakistan, like its nuclear neighbor India, also has not decided to give up Kashmiri lands it occupies.

Whose land is Kashmir?  

Kashmir was a Muslim-majority princely state, ruled by a Hindu king, Maharaja Hari Singh. At the time of the partition of IndiaMaharaja Hari Singh, the ruler of the state, preferred to remain independent and did not want to join either the Union of India or the Dominion of Pakistan. He wanted both India and Pakistan to recognize his princely state as an independent neutral country. But India managed to get the Hindu king to accept Indian accession soon after the Indian independence but Pakistan also sent troops to P Kashmir. Now both occupy Jammu Kashmir. While Pakistan does not kill Kashmiris, India does it voluntarily as Indian policy as most of them seek sovereignty form Indian occupation and its crimes. 

Since independence in 1947, the two nuclear-armed neighbours have fought two of their three wars over Kashmir, which both countries claim in full. The LoC has remained volatile in the last year. According to official figures, 860 incidents of ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops were reported in 2017, compared with 221 the year before.

As Indian media blast anti-Kashmir  feelings, anti-India sentiment runs deep among Kashmir's mostly Muslim population, and most support the rebels' cause against Indian rule, despite a decades-long military crackdown to fight dissent. Rebel groups have been fighting especially since 1989 for the Indian-administered portion to become independent or merge with Pakistan. Nearly 100,000 Kashmiris have been killed in the uprising and the ensuing Indian military crackdown. India maintains roughly 500,000 soldiers in the territory.

The history of India-Pakistan relations show that, every time an attempt is made to build relations, Pakistan’s army sabotages the peace talks by either escalating tensions at the Line of Control (LoC) or sending trained militants to India to launch attacks. On January 2, 2016, for example, a heavily armed group from Pakistan attacked the Indian Air Force base in Pathankot. This attack came immediately after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s impromptu visit to Lahore to meet his counterpart, Nawaz Sharif. This was followed by another attack carried out on September 18, 2016, where four heavily armed militants, belonging to Jaish-e-Mohammed, managed to cross the porous border and launch a surprise attack on an army camp in Uri in Jammu and Kashmir, resulting in the deaths of 17 soldiers. India cannot digest when Saeed who was released by the Lahore High Court, supports the Kashmir freedom cause.

However, in spite of the continued hostility, both India and Pakistan did keep the composite dialogue going through their national security advisers. Sadly, both countries are now experiencing a low point in their relations, with a virtual breakdown of the mechanism set afloat in Lahore to settle disputes through dialogue.

India’s ‘terrorism” plank against destabilized Pakistan

India is mainly responsible for Pakistan’s destabilization now as it caused Pakistan joining the anti-Islamic war behind USA-NATO fascist forces following the Sept-11 hoax. The USA  “democratically” exploited Pakistani problems with India.

The plank of ‘terrorism” has so far stood Indian in good stead. India has used terrorism as a basis for suspension of official talks with Pakistan due to alleged terrorist attacks launched by groups from across the border. The strain in relations has spread out to other sectors such as research and scientific development as well – something, which adversely affects the entire region.

India wants Pakistan to review its strategy of waging a proxy war with the help of militants to create disorder and mayhem in Kashmir. This strategy has proved counterproductive, besides inviting international condemnation. Recently, the Indian army has managed to kill or neutralize the Kashmiri freedom fighters or “militants” sent across the border; more than 190 militants have been killed by Indian forces this year alone.

The attack sparked a military confrontation across the Line of Control, with an escalation in ceasefire violations and further militant attacks on Indian security forces. As of December 2016, the ongoing confrontation and an increase in nationalist rhetoric on both sides have resulted in the collapse of bilateral relations, with little expectation they will recover. Both accuse each other for violence and cross fires and killings.  Though some steps have been taken to improve relations, they have not succeeded mainly because of Kashmir issue.

It is obvious that it is not Pakistan that is creating hurdles in the way of successful implementation of SAARC’s agenda, but in fact it is India which is trying to isolate Pakistan by using underhand tactics. India does not want SAARC to serve for greater regional cooperation and economic integration that includes Pakistan.

While new Delhi accuse so Pakistan of terror promotion shames and recognizes US pushing Pakistani military for  every actions it undertakes against India, Pakistanis say India has been funding the strategic destabilization of Pakistan, radicalization of South Asia – especially in Pakistan. The Indian spy and terrorist Kulbhushan Jadhav is a fine example for this. India media says Yadav is now a Pakistani agent.

India would not realize that it is not the only country in the region or continent or SAARC that can dominate all the time. But if the region is thrown into negativity, India will also suffer along with the others as well.

Earlier USA was behind Pakistan without in fact really helping it in any way  USA only used Pakistan and exploited the military officers, but now China has over taken USA and help Pakistan economically. India has thus one major worry now- China funded CPEC to which all of the South Asian nations would gravitate for profits in due course.

Indo Pakistan Tensions target Kashmiris

Despite a 2003 ceasefire, India and Pakistan regularly trade fire across the so-called Line of Control (LoC), the military demarcation between the Indian and Pakistani controlled parts of Jammu and Kashmir. Cross fires keep happening at LOC, generally killing each other but Kashmiris are threatened.

The latest exchange of fire started after Pakistan accused Indian forces of killing four of their soldiers near the de facto border. Despite a 2003 ceasefire, India and Pakistan regularly trade fire across the so-called Line of Control (LoC), the military demarcation between the Indian and Pakistani controlled parts of Jammu Kashmir.

The hostilities increased between India and Pakistan since December last year after both accused each other of killing soldiers on either side. In September 2016, India claimed to have launched "surgical strikes" on bases used by armed groups in Pakistan-administered Kashmir to fight Indian security forces. Pakistan denied any Indian soldiers were ever on Pakistan-administered soil.

India regularly accuses Pakistan of aiding fighters in crossing the LoC to attack Indian targets. Pakistani has been denying the charges.  The soldiers of two countries traded heavy gunfire in RS Pura and Ramgarh sectors along the border, amid the growing tensions between the two neighbours. An official said that Pakistani troopers violated ceasefire by resorting to indiscriminate firing at Indian positions in several sectors of the border. The fresh tension on the border has caused further turbulence in the relations between India and Pakistan.


Why does India hate Muslims?

Any friendship with Pakistan would make Muslims in India feel mentally tension free and relatively secured and for that reason India never wants that to happen. The prime objective of Indian regime is to keep majority Hindus in good humors and somewhat happy even by targeting, insulting, lynching and killing Muslims. India media -both core and non detailed - promote Islamophobia as part of anti-Islamic tirade by USA-Israeli twins.

Unfortunately, historically committed to promote interests of Muslims, Pakistan has failed in its prime objective and now promotes only anti-Islamic goals of Americans, Europeans, Israelis and Indians.  Pakistan as a major ally of NATO is also a part of anti-Islamic coalition led by NATO as well. Americans throw some terror goods to Pakistan military depots as service charges for killing Muslims and helping global state terror (GST) operations to make Islam appear to be a terrorist religion.

In order to target Muslims in the country and promote exclusive Hindu interests, India also targets Pakistan, calling its terror manufacturer- a job that USA and Israel do much better than even India - and isolates Pakistan for supporting the cause of besieged Kashmiris.

India always snubs Pakistan and Bangladesh whenever an occasion comes. While Pakistan leaders come running to New Delhi on the invitation of Indian new PM Modi, India just snubbed Pakistan by ignoring the 19th SAARC summit at Islamabad in November 2016 which had to be cancelled –as per its rule every member country must attend it to enable to begin meetings - due to India refusing to attend it. Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan also follow the Hindutva footsteps in boycotting the summit.

Interestingly, the South Asia regional interests are squandered by India’s anti-Pakistan action in getting the SAARC meeting cancelled which also denied Pakistan to have its nominee Amjad Hussian B Sial as the New Secretary General by rotations. By this anti- SAARC mischief, India has reiterated its power as the super power of the region.

Americans and Jews appreciated India as “Well done” because Pakistan has refused to target Muslims just for terror coins from USA. India went ahead with its new anti-Pakistan venture called the ‘Bay of Bengal Initiative’ for promoting Multi Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation targeting Pakistan and China. India hosted a meeting on March 21, 2017 by inviting Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and ThailandObviously, Pakistan is worried not just because it left out of this meeting but mainly they target indirectly Pakistan.

India seems to be eager to replace SAARC with the new ‘Bay of Bengal’ alliance so that Bangladesh continues to be under Indian control and targt its foe Pakistan with Indian support. Another meeting was held in October 2017 where Indian foreign secretary Jaishankar referred to SAARC as a “jammed vehicle.” In an implicit reference to Pakistan, he also said that “as one country” is not, and since the other seven-nation regional grouping ‘Bay of Bengal’ has members that are “broadly aligned” and “articulate similar aspirations”, and are connected to the other members of the South Asian regional bloc on the key issue of ‘terrorism’, it is unlikely that the SAARC could be revived. 

India has also denied Pakistan in sharing scientific databases and remote access to advanced research facilities through NKN. NKN will outspread global research and education networks to six SAARC member states — Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka. The connection from Afghanistan, Maldives and Sri Lanka to India would be through a submarine cable for international connectivity.

Pakistan is the only SAARC nation that has been left out of this venture.

Pakistan is helpless as USA also targets it.

By isolating Pakistan India has clearly permanently lost its claim to become a veto guy on the UNSC to control the world. India’s disinterest in the summit was manifest. This added to the relegation of the strong regional organization.

The key causes of perpetual Indo-Pakistani tensions and cross border firings include maintaining illegal occupation of and crimes in Kashmir, keeping Muslims in India under strains and tensions- and murders, force Muslims in India to renounce their legitimate claims of over their Babri Mosque, create coerced circumstances for Arab rulers to let Indian have Hindu gods and structures fixed in Arab nations one by one in Mideast for Arabs also to worship them for favors.

Arabs should know if they refuse to worship Hindu gods upon building Hindu structures over there they could be liable for lynching and murder.  Saudi king would also be summoned to worship Hindu gods in Abu Dhabi

Any way that is the problem of those hypocrites in Arab robs!



The major issue in Indo-Pakistan conflict remains Kashmir and it must be resolved soon so that the nations could focus on economic and technological issues jointly to benefit the people. Wars and tensions do not promote genuine prosperity for the common people. 

Both India and Pakistan, fighting for military superiority to control alien Jammu Kashmir, have primary tasks of being independent nations left unfulfilled. While both regimes promote the rich and corporate lords, poor people continue to suffer. And the poor has no voice to be raised against oppressive and exploitative nature of the systems.

In India, hapless Muslims suffer the most as they have no voice and genuine leaders to take up their plight with the regime and UN. Rich Muslims are friends with rich Hindus and exploit fellow Muslims. .  

As India keeps attacking Kashmiri Muslims in all possible ways, including in fake encounters there seems to be no end to the sufferings of Kashmiris. As Pakistan still insists on entire Kashmir, India can kill every Muslim in Kashmir with the new strategic alliance with world powers, mainly the roguish super dictator USA.

The best way forward, therefore, is to look for “out of box solutions” to solve this complex problem. One way would be to grant autonomy to the people of Kashmir (on both sides of the border), so that there is free movement of people and trade on both sides of the valley. This will help in reducing the mistrust between the two countries.

Indo-Pak must promote positivism in their routine rhetoric. It is in this context that Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Bajwa’s first briefing to the Senate Committee assumes significance as he indirectly accepted the supremacy of the parliament. In a major shift in the army’s ostrich approach on Pakistan’s India policy, he told the Senate to improve ties with India. Both India and Pakistan should welcome this positive development, as the general’s briefing could mark a historic departure in the Pakistan Army’s attitude toward India.

Prime Minister Modi made a brief, unscheduled visit to Pakistan from abroad while en route to India, becoming the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Pakistan since 2004 and that gave the impression that India is eager to forget the past and begin new relationships with Pakistan. But that was a misplaced expectation. Despite Pakistani PM Sharif’s visit to India and Modi’s visit to Islamabad, relations between the countries have remained frigid, following repeated acts of cross-border terrorism. 

Until India and Pakistan decide to settle the Kashmir issue in favor of Kashmiris, there is no chance for better bilateral relations between India and Pakistan and without their improved ties Indian government would not views Muslims in India as its own population with a different religious belief.

Indian Muslims have a role now. They must come out openly to raise their voice against Indo-Pakistani tensions, oppressive system in Kashmir so that their own lives would improve considerably as the tensions become subsided and considerably reduced. India media target Muslims and Islam as a part of their anti-Islamic campaign to promote Hindutva moorings.

Due to the complexity of the disputes, especially over Kashmir, no immediate settlement is possible, but talks can go a long way in easing the tensions between the two countries and generate goodwill and background for positive talks. It is here Pakistan can learn from China and India, which, while continuing to explore ways to settle their border disputes, have attempted to improve trade and commerce. In the last five decades, since the 1962 war, not many bullets have been fired by both sides, despite several tense encounters. Contrast this with India and Pakistan, where cross-border shelling has become the order of the day.

In the past the attempts to boost ties — such as the composite dialogue, Lahore-Delhi bus service, and opening of cross-LoC trade in both India- and Pakistan-administered Kashmir — did contribute in the easing of tensions between the two countries, though for a very short period.

It now depends on the matured leadership of both countries to take the relationship forward in a meaningful and constructive way. It may be a worthwhile to include, along with Kashmiri freedom leaders, the army representatives from Pakistan in all future peace talks to get their unbridled support. Both countries should forget the bitter past and work toward ending the hostility.

At a time when there is tension in many parts of the world, there is now an urgent need to make sincere and genuine attempts to improve bilateral ties, as this will bring peace and prosperity to the people of both countries.

Indo-Pakistan rivalry and conflicts harem the regional interests, threatens the life of Kashmirs, peace and prosperity a distance cry.  Indian military godowns are now full terror good from literally every region, now more of American and Israeli. .

India’s anti-Muslim policy is rooted in its anti-Pakistan attitude.

India goes all out to embrace bloodstained figure of Zionist criminal leader Netanyahu both in Israel and New Delhi.   .

India’s anti-Muslim policy is very strong now under the Hindutva regime which is being supported by every Hindu dominated party in the nation.

India views Muslims in the country, in neighboring Pakistan and Bangladesh as being one nation that needs to be targeted and hence Indian media lords strategically promotes Hindutva parties and their anti-Islamic attacks and lynchings.

How could Americans explain Indian logic of victimization of minority community by forcing Muslim employees/teachers to quit jobs and denying  pension, promotions and other retirements benefits to Muslims?

And they do all this in the name of Hinduism. Can a religion if they have got the sanction of the Almighty flourish or survive long if leaders in its name continue to target Muslims and their belongings?

India must give up its rigidity, stubbornness and petrified mindset first and then try to accommodate the interests of Kashmir and Pakistan. The three nations could make the region strong. In fact, India Pakistan, Bangladesh and Kashmir (The Four) would prove to be a formidable regional alliance in due course.  But India, which thus far promotes hate politics targeting its Muslim neighbors, should like this. Indian media should be encouraged to promote this genuine regional alliance.  

Let us hope and wish 2018 mark a new constructive chapter in India-Pakistan relations so that not only both nations live in peace as a result of the realignment of relationship, but the  unlucky Muslims in India also begin  to be treated like humans even if not exactly the equals.


Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal

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