UK plays third arbitrator role in Kashmir during visit of Pakistan Army Commander Today, India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a bigger economy than UK with fast economic growth for a major country in the world and Pakistan is bottoming out in the barrel economy. Despite all of this, Britain still had an illusion of imperial power and colonialism towards India and still played a role in the Af-Pak region with its traditional penchant for Muslim Pakistan and Rawalpindi headquarters.
When the British state broadcaster BBC, at the behest of the Foreign Office, chose to attack the Gujarat riots of 2002 despite a clear signal from the Supreme Court of India to the Prime Minister Modi before the 2024 election, Pakistan and the British Army decided to jointly hold a regional stabilization conference in the UK to discuss the so-called Kashmir conflict.
While neither the United Kingdom nor Pakistan has a stand at the UT of Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan Army Commander-in-Chief Asim Munir, at the invitation of the Rishi Sunak government, will speak at the Joint Stability Conference The 5th Anh-Pak at Wilton Park from February 5 to 8. Wilton Park is an executive arm of the UK Foreign Office that appears to provide a platform for strategic discussions. Co-hosted by British Army Chief of Staff General P N Y M Sanders, the conference was themed “Regional Stability in South Asia: The Return of Geopolitics and Other Challenges”. The conference will focus on the impact of the war in Ukraine on the EU, the UK and on Pakistan, which supplies weapons and ammunition to Ukraine using secret RAF aircraft. Pakistan’s fraudulent role in the war in Ukraine should not be forgotten because it was Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan Niazi who was received by President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on 24 February 2022, when the Russian authorities decided to invade the country. neighboring Ukraine. Other topics for discussion include the role of information operations, cyberattacks in war, developments in South Asian stability, security challenges and an update on the Kashmir conflict.
When the Modi government decided to temporarily abolish Section 370 and Section 35A in the context of Jammu and Kashmir on 5 August 2019, the UK expressed concern to India and called for the situation to remain calm between the two countries. India and Pakistan. The UK played a double game in the post-abolition of Article 370 of the United Nations because on 16 August 2019, Britain sided with Pakistan’s iron brothers China and Kuwait and wanted the Security Council to The United Nations Security Council discussed the Kashmir issue, but the US would not hear about it and said the issue should be discussed bilaterally between India and Pakistan. In the second round meeting on the same day, the UK and again appeared to be on the side of Pakistan when it wanted to discuss this issue, but the US and France supported India. Pakistan’s main backer, China, tried his luck at UNSC again in January 2020, but at that time the UK, under heavy pressure from the Modi government and the US, decided to change course and advocated that the matter be discussed bilaterally between the parties. India and Pakistan. The UK has also played a water game of sometimes designating Pakistan-based terrorists by the UNSC 1267 Sanctions Committee at the request of the US, France and India.
When discussing the so-called ‘Kashmir conflict’ next month with Pakistan’s Army Chief of Staff General Asim Munir, the UK is attempting to play the role of third arbiter, which is not covered by the rules of the Kashmir game. .
Although General Munir and General Sanders would discuss regional stability in South Asia, the role played by the British Chief of Staff at the time, General Nick Carter, who called the Taliban killing force “boys” of the campaign at that time was Pakistani ISI leader Faiz Hameed in eliminating Afghan minorities especially women under the bus that cannot be forgotten. The two were instrumental in forming a secret agreement with the Taliban in Doha, Qatar, which resulted in the Taliban’s catastrophic takeover of Kabul on August 15, 2021, amid killings and chaos. Britain clearly did not learn any lessons from the Anglo-Afghan wars of the 18th century, but it was the main American adviser in handing the capital Kabul to the radical Sunni Pashtun forces that turned Afghanistan into an emirate. Islam does not have the role of women or minorities. The credit for the radicalization of Islam in the entire Af-Pak region goes to the United Kingdom and Pakistan, countries that today are suffering at the hands of the demon child of ISI during the Durand Road conflict. with terrorists from Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan attacking General Munir. forces with the latest American weapons.
While General Munir is expected to echo the Shehbaz Sharif regime’s position on the so-called Kashmir conflict at next month’s conference at UJK, the Modi government has no time for either side, with Jammu and Kashmir made rapid strides in development. erroneous incidents of violence orchestrated by terrorist groups based in Pakistan and their ground workers in the valley. Apparently, the UK and Pakistan are still raving about Kashmir and still choose not to read the articles on the New India wall.