India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. It demonstrates its capabilities from space to the depths of the sea. India has become the center of global diplomacy. This is the India that until a few years ago had to focus on other countries in the world.
India is now looking world powers in the eyes and speaking on its own terms. That India, which once went so far as to ask Pakistan for peace and stop terrorism in Kashmir, has not shown respect to Pakistan for years. Some Pakistan lovers living in India don’t like this. One such name is Shekhar Gupta.
“Sometimes” advice like Shekhar Gupta was considered weighty
Shekhar Gupta was one of the most influential journalists in the country during the UPA government. His advice reached Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. People like Shekhar Gupta have always had a soft stance towards Pakistan, but their importance has declined in recent years.
This is also because the Modi government, like previous governments, neither respects such people nor gives any importance to their beloved country Pakistan. However, people like Shekhar Gupta have now started giving unsolicited advice. Another thing is that this advice is not for 7-RCR (former name) but for his beloved country Pakistan.
Shekhar Gupta is worried about the stunning Pakistan-China corridor
During the G20 presidency, the heads of state and government of the world’s most powerful countries gathered in New Delhi. G-20 Summit proudly organized from India. Until the evening before the summit, the whole world was in a dilemma as to whether the G-20 countries could agree on an agenda or not.
India prepared all countries in the world for the New Delhi Declaration (G20), but also included issues that no one expected to be discussed. Moreover, India made such an announcement on the very first day of the G-20 summit, which took Pakistan and its master China breathless.
India has announced that it will build an economic corridor from the Middle East to Europe. The whole world sees this project as a counterpart to China’s BRI project. Many countries are involved in such a large project, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Israel, Italy and France. This is a project for which America has also made every effort to obtain consent.
What’s special: The fund created by the G-7 states is the financial partner in this billion-dollar project. Let’s call it India’s strength or whatever, India has completely kept away such countries from these projects which are caught in the debt trap of China and Chinese money. Especially a neighboring country like Pakistan. Once this project is completed, after China, if there is one country that will suffer the greatest losses, it will be Pakistan.
In such a situation, people like Pakistan supporter Shekhar Gupta have now started giving free advice to Pakistan. He says Pakistan should leave China now or else it will be left behind. For this he should also give up his hostility towards India. He says that now even the UAE and Saudi Arabia cannot do any good to Pakistan because their main interests are tied to India.
Worry about being left behind by Pakistan
Although this advice seems simple, anyone can give it. But behind this advice, Shekhar Gupta’s hidden pain also came to light, which he could not talk about openly. He fears that Pakistan will be left behind.
They fear that India does not give importance to Pakistan, so Pakistan should cooperate with India now for its own good, otherwise it will be ruined. Since the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, which have saved Pakistan so far, are also on India’s side, they are worried about the destruction of Pakistan.
It is important to identify the enemies within.
They say we can fight our enemy. Can also develop a strategy against him. But how to fight the enemies who sit in their own camp and try to sabotage them? This is also the reality of so-called Pakistan-loving journalists like Shekhar Gupta.
On the one hand, there is an encounter with Pakistani terrorists in Anantnag. Pakistan is waging a proxy war in Kashmir. Our soldiers are suffering martyrdom while on the other hand our own people, who are on the other side in heart, are thinking about how we can strengthen Pakistan.