Pakistan Planning To Propagate Against India On August 5
Last year, on the same date, the Indian Cabinet approved the revocation of Article 370 from the Constitution and dissolved the special state status on J&K.
Pakistan has prepared its plan to propagate against India on the upcoming August 5, the day, last year, Indian Cabinet approved the revocation of Article 370 from the Indian Constitution and dissolved the special state status on Jammu and Kashmir. There has been a sharp increase in Pakistan’s vicious information war campaign against India. An analysis would reveal three triggers: The Balakot attack of February 2019, the return of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in the May 2019 elections and the August 2019 revision of Article 370.
Balakot demolished Pakistan’s longstanding assumption that that nuclear equivalence guaranteed that India would not retaliate against terrorist attacks. The return of the BJP government signalled that India would continue to follow a muscular policy for the next five years. The Article 370 decision demolished the centrepiece of Pakistan’s nationalism – “Kashmir banega Pakistan” – and raised apprehensions about India’s plans for Pakistan Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (POJK).
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