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November 3, 2009

As you sow, so shall you reap

Pakistan was learning the meaning of this proverb in a hard way these days. The once friend Talibans were rocking the Pakistan cities with bomb blasts and if we all just see the no. of bomb blasts happened there in this year, we will faint for sure. According to the following site, there are about 417 blasts(The latest bomb blast in Peshawar was not included in this) in this year till October which makes more than a blast/day. Check this here. This amount of bomb blasts also shows how easily the Talibans were moving along with the people in the country. And the latest Peshawar blast was happened on the day, when US secretary of state Hillary Clinton visited Pakistan, which itself is a statement.

In many of the blasts luckily there were no loss of life. Even an accident in front of our will create a lot of pressure, uncertainity and doubts in a human mind. And these kind of attacks will surely create doubts and fear in the minds of people for sure, which is not a good sign for a nation. We can avoid accidents, but these intentional bombings??? But this blasts provides an opportunity for Pakistan to understand how evil the terrorism is and to completely uproot Taliban from their soil. Even the people of Pakistan will be furious about the attacks which killed many of their countrymen and will extend a complete support for their government’s action.

If a stern action was not taken by the Pakistan government, it will be a great threat for all the South Asian countries. And Pakistan leaders must stop pointing their fingers towards India for the blasts by making some statements like ‘India supporting Talibans by providing monetary assistance’ which will just help to divert their attention towards a direction which is wrong and a direction where the problem won’t be solved. Actually some kind of above statement was made by Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province’s (NWFP) Inspector General of Police (IG) Malik Naveed which was then denied by the Pakistan Interior minister Rehman Malik. You can read about that here.

If we see the cities in which the bomb blast happened we could see most of the NWFP states are affected. This itself may create some doubts in the minds of the different parts of the people which is again not a good sign for the integrity of a nation. So its time for the Pakistan government to push aside their misconceptions and egos for the welfare of South Asia, if not for that, atleast for their nation and their people. Hope they won’t commit their mistake again.

31 Comments leave one →
  1. November 3, 2009 3:33 pm

    1st.. 😀

    well… missed the chance everywhere else….

    kanagu: YAY!!! 😀 😀

    • November 3, 2009 3:35 pm

      absolutely right.. “what you so shall you reap”…

      but that also means the bad guys are powerful and crazy enough to take down anyone who comes in their way.. ans is a threat to all of us too.. sooner or later…

      kanagu: True Oorja… their job is to keep the fear in the mind of people… 😦 😦

  2. November 3, 2009 3:55 pm

    Sigh! Oorja is already here 😛

    • November 3, 2009 4:02 pm

      and swaram lost her me first crown 🙂

    • November 3, 2009 4:02 pm

      U r abs rt! Nothing more to say! Wonder when they will learn things though 😦 Its already so late!

      kanagu: 😦 😦 😦

      • November 4, 2009 12:18 pm

        But, its sad that we blame an entire nation for what a few &*$!# are doing 😦 Really really sad 😦

        kanagu: 😦 😦 😦 me too sad Swaram 😦

  3. November 3, 2009 4:06 pm

    Right said masood…pakistan always make false statement to divert world’s attention..but sooner or later everybody knows who is real culprit…

    kanagu: Truth will come out one day for sure…

    • November 3, 2009 4:21 pm

      sorry kanagu :-)..I was reading masood comment on my blog before commenting here iewhy this typo 🙂

      kanagu: Ah!!! no problem Rashmi 🙂 🙂

  4. November 3, 2009 4:10 pm

    I hope they are learning something for this.. last one month has been horrible for them… !!!

    kanagu: True bhai 😦 😦

  5. November 3, 2009 4:18 pm

    “As you sow, so shall you reap” I agree to this completely! But somehow i am not happy about the state pakistan is in. now, now… of couse i dont have any soft corner for that country, but the things going on there WILL definitely have repercussions on INDIA if not on whole of south east asia!! SIGH!!

    kanagu: Me too not happy Sakhi.. that’s y I have written this post… I love Pakistan too…. because there too we have fellow humans….
    if it is not curbed means then we will have a huge threat…

    • November 3, 2009 5:22 pm

      Sakhi.. it ok to not have a soft corner but it is not the fault of Pakistani citizens that they happened to be born there.. i can’t believe all were in favour of terrorism.. why are they being killed and terrorised like this…?

      kanagu: The people of Pakistan too deserve a peaceful living like any other people in this world.. but they are denied that by some factors to which they are not linked 😦 😦

  6. November 3, 2009 5:41 pm

    I feel pity for the people who live there,they are the most unlucky people in the world to have such a politicians where they pass a bill to remove all the charges against the politicians.

    Pakistan is the one of the most bribed state in the world.Its politicians accumulate wealth and invest in dubai.It is pak govt who helped these talibans and now they are facing it,but poor public are caught between govt and the talibans.If they support army taliban will kill them,if they don’t there life will be miserable.

    kanagu: Every state is bribed akka.. India is also faring really really poor in this..
    and me too soncerned about the people… they are going through this for none of their mistake.. 😦 Thats the pity just like how the case of Bin Laden for America 😐

  7. November 3, 2009 6:17 pm

    We should not be happy about the status,unless of course we can take care of other aspects which may be harmful to India.Pak is a Nuke state and crazy too.Unfortunately,there is more than one Pakistan in Pak today and Punjabis being the dominating force.92% of their Army is Punjabi.Baloochistan has it’s own problems and are not with the main stream politics.
    In the last few months,we have had no statement from Gilani or Zardari.Why arethey hiding.
    There is international protocol…when the Indian PM sends a feeler through the Media,it is not their PM who reacts,it is the foreign office or the Army establishment.
    But,yes,the devil was created by Pak and the devil is very hungry….it will find it’s food on Pak soil.

    kanagu: How can we be happy when somebody is suffering Sir??? Every state in Pakistan has some problems and India must be on alert on this/….. rightly said…
    true Sir.. I never noticed that Zardari is not replying these days….

  8. Mystery permalink
    November 3, 2009 6:20 pm

    the 1st line says it all kanagu…
    as Saritha pointed out, its a sad plight of the citizens there who are suffering for no fault of theirs..

    kanagu: 😦 😦 😦

  9. November 3, 2009 6:31 pm

    Now that is one of my favourite sayings, as you sow…
    and as for Pakistan by still blaming India they are again sowing the seeds of something, Which is trying to fool its own people which will boomerang on them.

    kanagu: True Nita.. its time for them to take some actions instead of this blame game….

  10. November 3, 2009 10:18 pm

    Actually this whole blaming game happens from both sides; even we blame pakistan for all the mishaps happening here !

    kanagu: Because we have strong reasons to suspect and also we have some evidences for them bro.. but that is not the case with Pakistan….

  11. November 4, 2009 6:02 am

    This whole blame game is not going to take Pakistan anywhere. Sad for the people who live there. I have met some wonderful Pakistani who refuse to go back to their country esp. the ones who belong to Karachi.

    kanagu: Its really sad to hear Solilo… People belonging to a region not willing to return there 😦 😦

  12. November 4, 2009 7:27 am

    Like Solilo, I feel bad for the ordinary citizens…

    kanagu: 😦 😦 😦

  13. November 4, 2009 12:07 pm

    The fact is that pakisthan government don’t have anything , like money , good arms,well trained officers,even a good government etc.They are totally depend on china and US.So they are not capable for curbing terrorism from there soil.It is upto developed countries to help them to wipe terrorism completely from there soil(they have leaned a good lesson for there old deeds now)It is a concerning fact for india too.South side LTT,North side Jihad terrorists,Northeast side-Maoists and west bangal side- bengladeshi refugees

    kanagu: Machi.. we can’t say blindly like that…. We have never known they had nuclear weapons until they tested it… US will surely help them in this regard.. but how effectively Pak will utilise them is a question…
    and we have all sort of problem.. in which we will win 🙂

  14. November 4, 2009 12:08 pm

    As sivaji annan(Rajni Kanth) says, in pakisthan rich is rich(filthy rich) and poor is poor

    kanagu: Is it not appllies to India???

  15. November 4, 2009 4:46 pm

    This last one month has been pretty horrifying for them! 😐

    I worry about the people! and as Swaram says, an entire nation and it’s people are being blamed for the games a few are playing…
    they are also folks like us with families, love, jobs and lives…
    The constant threat and feelings of unsafe must be distressing…

    Nice and concise post Kanagu 🙂

    kanagu: Yes Pixie… really horrible.. and that too for few peoples mistaKe 😦 😦

  16. November 4, 2009 7:43 pm

    You are right abt Pakistan to push aside misconceptions, for the sake of South East Asian countries. We being the nearest, suffer the most.

    My husband recently visited Mumbai and described abt the Taj attack. It was shocking to see the imprints of the attack, even after being renovated, so nicely.

    He sat in the restaurant, where beneath the table there is a big hole – created by a grenade. It was shocking to the core.

    The innocents always suffer.

    kanagu: True Ums… we are the ones who have to suffer a lot and not mentioned those people in Pakistan….

    and the Mumbai terror attack is still fresh in everyone’s mind even after a year and for all wrong reasons 😦 😦

  17. November 5, 2009 10:08 am

    great posts Kanagu..
    I mean yes, Pak is now reaping results for its past forgivings..

    kanagu: 😦 😦

  18. November 6, 2009 5:40 am

    The poor people are always the people who suffer!

    A stable Pakistan is very very important for a stable India.
    it is almost like we are in the middle of the “circle of fire”.
    Pak, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangalesh, burma, SriLanka all have major problems and many of it spills into our country and we already have so many probs in our plate!!!

    kanagu: True machi… a stable Pakistan is important for a stable India… Well said 🙂 🙂 everyone of our neighbour’s have a major problem… 😐

  19. November 6, 2009 8:45 pm

    I really hope Pak learns it lessons… as long as India is not affected… i dnt care 😛 but why are they so obsessed with India… always pointing fingers at us…

    kanagu: Its a human nature put blame on others Rajlakshmi 🙂 🙂

  20. November 7, 2009 10:04 pm

    Well said!

    Pakistan is still quite far from reaping what it sow. It is just few handful innocent ppl suffering again.

    kanagu: Yes Ekta… but the mistakes are done by some rulers who not even exist there now.. its a pity that ordinary people suffering due to this 😦

  21. November 11, 2009 8:18 pm

    The Pakis may be sowing what they reap, but if things get out of hand there, it would not just be a threat to Pakistan and South Asia, but the whole world 😐 And I don’t just think it’s like things getting out of hand, there is definitely a plan behind it, which is not good for anyone in the world, except a cabal of dangerous criminals.

    And I don’t believe the worthless Indian mainstream media. The Indian establishment is definitely trying to fish in troubled waters in Af-Pak. The scoundrels better stop their activities there as they don’t realise what they dealing with – it may have dangerous consequences for innocent Indians citizens.

    • November 11, 2009 8:21 pm


      It should be The Pakis may be reaping what they sow… and not The Pakis may be sowing what they reap…

      And I didn’t intend to use the word “Paki” in a derogatory way here.

      • November 22, 2009 10:04 pm

        I second this!

      • November 22, 2009 11:42 pm

        True Raj… as you know I never believed our mainstream medias stories… and we are in more danger… but Pakistan citizen’s state is really poor now 😦 😦

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