Modi protests China's veto on Indian motion for UN action against Pakistan

Published: June 23, 2015
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Modi's outburst came after China blocked India's move in the United Nations for action against Pakistan. PHOTO: AFP

Modi's outburst came after China blocked India's move in the United Nations for action against Pakistan. PHOTO: AFP

Modi's outburst came after China blocked India's move in the United Nations for action against Pakistan. PHOTO: AFP PHOTO: AFP

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday voiced concerns over China’s move to veto a UN action against Pakistan for releasing alleged Mumbai terror mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the Press Trust of India reported.

According to details, India has taken up the issue with China at the highest levels of leadership.

Modi’s outburst came after China blocked India’s move in the United Nations for action against Pakistan.

Separately, India’s Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Vikas Swarup confirmed that they were taking up the matter with Chinese leadership.

Respodning to question on China’s statement on Lakhvi, Swarup said that, “In the case of China, this matter has been taken up at the highest level.”

“Our concerns in this matter were conveyed to the Chair of the [UN Security Council] 1267 Committee. We also raised this bilaterally with the other members of the Committee.”

The UN Sanctions Committee, which met at India’s request, was to seek a clarification from Pakistan on Lakhvi’s release in the Mumbai attacks trial but China blocked the move on grounds that India did not provide sufficient information, sources said, according to NDTV.

Read: Lakhvi freed from Adiala Jail

India approached the UN last month against Lakhvi’s release in April from Adiala Jail in Rawalpindi. Lakhvi was formally released from Adiala Jail after he submitted surety bonds of Rs2 million, following the Lahore High Court (LHC) verdict declaring his detention orders illegal.

Read: India seeks UN intervention over Lakhvi’s release

India’s permanent representative to the UN, Asoke Mukherjee, wrote to the UN’s Sanctions’ Committee terming Lakhvi’s release a violation of a UN resolution on terrorist organisations and groups, including the al Qaeda and the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).

The sanctions committee includes China as a permanent member of the UN Security Council.

Following his release, the United States expressed ‘grave concerns’ and urged the country to bring the perpetrators of the 26/11 attacks to justice.

Read: US expresses ‘grave concern’ over Lakhvi’s release

Further, US Ambassador to India Richard Verma had termed the release of alleged Mumbai attack mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi from Adiala jail a mistake by Pakistan.

Lakhvi was arrested in 2008 after an FIR was registered against him based on the information provided by Indian authorities. On November 25, 2009, Lakhvi was indicted along with six others for planning and helping to carry out the Mumbai attacks. An anti-terrorism court granted him bail against Rs500,000 surety bonds on December 18, 2014. The same day, a local magistrate issued a detention order for one month. On December 29, 2014, Islamabad High Court set aside the detention order and directed the authorities to release him. The Okara DCO ordered his detention on March 12 under the Maintenance of Public Order Ordinance.

This article originally appeared on NDTV.

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Reader Comments (95)

  • Muk Lee
    Jun 23, 2015 - 2:23PM

    China will going to pay heavy price for this…Recommend

  • Ridwan
    Jun 23, 2015 - 2:39PM

    If india has such solid evidence against Lakhvi, why can’t it share it? India has no qualms about trying to publicly embarrass pakistan, so if India can’t come forward with its evidence, it’s probably because India’s evidence is weak. Lakhvi may indeed be responsible, but indian intelligence services clearly can’t gather enough evidence to make a good case. Just as Pakistan’s legal system is weak, so is India’s. But unfortunately for india, sufficient valid evidence is needed.Recommend

  • Liberal
    Jun 23, 2015 - 2:40PM

    Long live Pakistan-China Friendship!!Recommend

  • Kishan
    Jun 23, 2015 - 2:43PM

    Jokers get the joker treatment. Well done China!Recommend

  • ajeet
    Jun 23, 2015 - 2:45PM

    Time to give oxygen to the Tibet issue and prop up Vietnam.Recommend

  • Abacus
    Jun 23, 2015 - 2:45PM

    There you go – good and bad terrorists again! pakistan’s duplicity exposed yet againRecommend

  • Raisani
    Jun 23, 2015 - 3:16PM

    It’s another wound in Indian….. :).
    Long live Pak-China friendship!Recommend

  • Umar
    Jun 23, 2015 - 3:23PM

    For burnt area apply burnol!!!!!Recommend

  • romm
    Jun 23, 2015 - 3:27PM

    @ajeet:
    Well done…. We Pakistanis will encourage Indians to do that. Recommend

  • mazhar abbas
    Jun 23, 2015 - 3:55PM

    where r the jobless indian lot? no comments yet.Recommend

  • Kushal
    Jun 23, 2015 - 4:11PM

    @Ridwan: What evidences you are crying about? Have you presented all the evidences provided by India in the Pak courts? Have you provided the voice samples of lakhvi and Hafiz Sayeed?Recommend

  • rama
    Jun 23, 2015 - 4:18PM

    China will pay for this immature behaviour . American paid. and they are still paying for the double standard. Every country in the world which encourage the terrorism in the name of religion are paying for the deeds including Pakistan.Recommend

  • Jatin
    Jun 23, 2015 - 4:35PM

    When you sheild a terrorist, You too get a share of the crime committed.
    Looking at the comments from educated people when they are making fun of 166 people’s death… Humanity has vanished… May God forgive themRecommend

  • romm
    Jun 23, 2015 - 5:32PM

    @rama:
    and Indians too will pay… Recommend

  • whatever
    Jun 23, 2015 - 5:39PM

    Islamabad was one of the few governments to recognize the Taliban regime in the 1990s, and U.S. and Afghan officials long charged that Pakistan continued to play a “double game” after the Taliban government was toppled by the U.S.-led invasion in 2001, by providing support to an insurgent movement that reconstituted on Pakistani soil, while remaining a major U.S. ally and partner of the American-led coalition that was fighting the Taliban.Recommend

  • Ali
    Jun 23, 2015 - 5:49PM

    China-Pakistan friendship forever.Recommend

  • Akbar
    Jun 23, 2015 - 6:09PM

    India plays the same game as Israel, sponsors terror in neighboring countries and when they retaliate, it cries that it is a victim of terror. Recommend

  • Reality
    Jun 23, 2015 - 7:17PM

    It’s high time India openly support Tibet and treat it as a occupied territory. It’s all not hunky dory with Pakistan and China. One day China will realize effect of Pakistan terrorism. And to all Pakistani’s the only time Pakistan is in news at global stage is only when related to terrorism and terrorism only. Never ever does it get any attention. Please dig your own grave.Recommend

  • lol
    Jun 23, 2015 - 8:01PM

    and indians were like, “now Modi is in power, all world will bow in front of us, we are superpower”. well, sorry to break it to u, nobody in the world cares if modi is ur pm or shakti kapoor.. u r still a 3rd world country.Recommend

  • Obaid
    Jun 23, 2015 - 9:04PM

    A person who is accused of mass murder and was the actually banned from travelling to US before he was voted as a PM is actually upset with UN for allegedly not granting justice. Such Irony . Recommend

  • Indian
    Jun 23, 2015 - 9:28PM

    All Indians and people of other countries should stop using ‘Made in China’ products. Then they will come know. Directly China is encouraging Terrorism. China politicians and rulers are very cunning. Hit on their economy then they will come to know what double games they play with other countries. They have disputes with all the neighboring countries. And these stupid guys support N Korea as well. Veto to China is like giving a stone to a monkey. They don’t deserve that. First of all, all the UN countries should raise a motion to remove Veto to China. Then everything well set right. Down Down china. Recommend

  • NotSoCommon
    Jun 23, 2015 - 9:43PM

    @Obaid

    Then going by your logic every singe Pakistani leader should be banned for doing absolutely nothing or actually participating in the genocide of the minorities in your country. Don’t believe me, look at the dwindling numbers of minorities in your countryRecommend

  • Lalit
    Jun 23, 2015 - 9:44PM

    Apparently Chinese PM didn’t like the Selfie with Modi :DRecommend

  • Bewildered
    Jun 23, 2015 - 9:59PM

    Now it is time Pakistan call the UN Sanctions committee meeting to put sanctions on India for releasing Col. Prohit, the mastermind of Samjotha Express bombing, No nation deserves UN sanctions better than India for exonerating and electing a mass murderer as PM of India who was banned to to enter in EU countries and USA for his crimes against humanity.Recommend

  • Hahahah
    Jun 23, 2015 - 10:09PM

    Modiji was visiting so many foreign countries, even Obama came to India! It seemed as if India was becoming a potential superpower as its foreign ties were stronger than ever. Yet we now see that neither America, nor Israel nor any other country Modiji was taking selfies with (even Islamophobic France!) responded to their cries in front if the UN. Says a lot about true foreign relations, in reality we have more influence in the UN than India does! So much for Modi’s inflated ego.Recommend

  • Raj - USA
    Jun 23, 2015 - 10:09PM

    I am all for closer India-USA ties. Mumbai attacks are hated by all Indians, including its muslim population. The fence sitters who were hesitant to come out openly on closer India-USA ties, thinking that may offend China, will now start to support it openly. When not only the government but all its population will start to see that way, there is noting that can make me more happy.Recommend

  • Harris
    Jun 23, 2015 - 10:23PM

    It is very simple. China will support Pakistan and in turn Pakistan will keep silent about the treatment of Muslims in China.
    This has nothing to do with Pak-China friendship. Pkaistan has again sold Muslims for its petty interests. I feel ashamed.Recommend

  • Ibrar
    Jun 23, 2015 - 10:42PM

    @ajeet:
    Ha ha …frustration is rising? I am sure you do not want to do tricks like Tibet or Veitnam…ask your elders why you should not.
    BTW The U.S. & China are trying to resolve their recent issues through further negotiations which means Indian usefulness in the matter will diminish, at least for the time being. And Indian actions are only making Pak-China ties firmer. If India continues with its awkward behaviour a permanent seat in the security council will remain a dream. Recommend

  • Afzal
    Jun 23, 2015 - 10:57PM

    @rama:
    No, America did not pay. Terrorists were transformed into a formidable force in the 80s who fought a proxy war which resulted in America as the sole superpower. Yes Pakistan has suffered for supporting others battles and the world knows it and respects Pakistan for its contribution. India has not yet seen much terrorism apart from an incident or two but the unresolved Kashmir issue and many other ongoing insurgencies have yet to bring home some problems for India in future.Recommend

  • shahid
    Jun 23, 2015 - 11:00PM

    @Muk Lee:
    Yes, i agree with you, me too, and I am sure HINDU-stan will now kick butt of China and attack it with imported weapons from USA and Europe .. Right ????? . As we all know HINDU-stan is the superpower and it is now shining with hot sun. China should be wary and scared of this giant who think he is become god now; Well we all are waiting and lets see 56 inch chest Modi what guts he has to kickthe chinese butt.. Recommend

  • Kam
    Jun 23, 2015 - 11:11PM

    UN do not have any jurisdiction to interfere in Pakistan’s judicial system. Pakistani government tried its best to keep lakhvi in jail but judges refused now where is the fault of Pakistan? UN would only play part if Pakistan does not prosecute him at all and Pakistan have prosecuted. Chinese veto was not necessary and they knew it but they wanted to give a clear signal to India to stop messing about.Recommend

  • Afzal
    Jun 23, 2015 - 11:16PM

    @whatever: Recommend

  • mustafa
    Jun 24, 2015 - 12:00AM

    india always denied fact. but talks on surmises and conjectures.
    He has no solid proof.
    pak china dosti zinda bad.Recommend

  • sam ganguly
    Jun 24, 2015 - 12:03AM

    oh my indian brothers, stop whinning about this. It happened, ok. Let them enjoy the blood of those 166 and countless other innocent lives. We will strike back, when the time is right.Recommend

  • Filipino
    Jun 24, 2015 - 12:15AM

    @Indian:
    As a matter of fact, the nearly 2 million strong Filipino community recently staged nationwide demonstrations in the US to protest against China’s belligerence and aggressive posturing in the West Philippine Sea. China, which complains about terrorism when it is itself affected, has lost its credibility by supporting Pakistan’s release of a religious fanatic and despicable terrorist. India should also take steps against China. Boycotting “Made in China” products will hurt that country the most. It’s a simple, effective and, most importantly, a no-cost weapon against which this bully of a state called China will be totally helpless. Recommend

  • S chauhan
    Jun 24, 2015 - 12:15AM

    The people here saying this the failure of India, that is totally wrong. do you think Indian government didn’t know that China will block it, that was a well planned move by Indian diplomates. Two targets with one shot, exposing China and Pakistan. Do you think India is interested in putting Lakhavi in jail , not at all because that will send a message to the world that Pakistan has become a responsible state, which we don’t want. So keep Lakhavi out and keep 26/11 alive to paint Pakistan as protector is terrorist.Recommend

  • sunny qureshi
    Jun 24, 2015 - 12:33AM

    Serves them right!! India should first adhere to UN resolutions regarding Indian occupied Kashmir plebiscite then go to the UN with other matters. India has many problems first it needs to solve it then go on to become a blabbermouth. India has to solve 1.poverty 2.Hiv3.Pollution, 4.build toilets, 5. Gujarat muslim massacre 6. Gendercide against women childre like rape etcRecommend

  • AVMPolpot
    Jun 24, 2015 - 12:43AM

    Every time China uses its Veto in UN to abet a terrorist state//
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    it chips away at its inetrnational standing!,Recommend

  • N
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:05AM

    Knockout undercut by China on the face of PM Modi in the first round Dare you come in the ring again Recommend

  • Babloo
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:05AM

    China’s protection too comes at a price for Pakistan.
    Nothing is free,Recommend

  • Malik Tariq
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:14AM

    Both India and Pakistan are involved in this proxy war supporting insurgencies and terrorism. While Pakistan has learned lessons and is engaged in an all out war to eliminate terrorism, be it religious fundamentalism, sectarian or criminal, it is unfortunate that India ever since Modi’s election has upped the war hysteria and while in Bangladesh proudly proclaimed that it helped in breakup of Pakistan in 1971. Both countries, India being bigger of two should act maturely and confine their enegies to fight poverty, illiteracy, and unemployment, instead of warmongering.Recommend

  • Raisani
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:17AM

    @Muk Lee:
    “China will going to pay heavy price for this…”
    .
    Lol indians are very funny. That’s what all I had to say :-). Recommend

  • Anon
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:22AM

    A slap by China to the nascent India-US alliance and propaganda against Pakistan. It will be best for US to back away from this issue and concentrate on Al Qaeda, ISIS and Taliban Recommend

  • Bharateeya
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:30AM

    @Bewildered:
    You certainly are bewildered. All false accusations against Modi by religious idiots have been cleared by the court. USA came to Modis feet requesting him to visit US even before he became a PM. Why don’t you guys look at your selves in the mirror. The number of terrorists you harbor, the crimes you commit against religious minorities and the brain washing done to general population in the name of religion. The whole world is pointing finger at you and just want to stay in denial and deflect the blame. Very pathetic. Recommend

  • John
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:39AM

    @ajeet:
    That is the shallow minfset thst brought india where it us now. Deeply disliked by almost ALL of its neighbour in contrast to china. Still India is dreaming to be the permanent member of security council …! LolRecommend

  • romm
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:41AM

    @Indian:
    Too Wishful Recommend

  • Great Wall
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:42AM

    @Muk Lee:
    @rama:
    We are trembling with fear. Bring it on, Indians.Recommend

  • Aamir - Toronto
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:53AM

    @Raj – USA…..US will use India as a toiler paper and dump it in the trash bin !!!!Recommend

  • romm
    Jun 24, 2015 - 2:14AM

    @Indian:
    “India should Move the UN members to deprive China of right to Veto”
    What a stupid and wishful Idea??? Recommend

  • Paa ji
    Jun 24, 2015 - 3:04AM

    @ajeet:
    Go ahead. Human rights violations by Indian Army in Held Kashmir, Manipur, Tripura, Nagaland are also going nowhere. Time to shout about them in the world.Recommend

  • Proust
    Jun 24, 2015 - 3:06AM

    The fact is Modi’s ego is unable to digest this!Recommend

  • Zahid
    Jun 24, 2015 - 3:31AM

    Well done Great China, our true friend,
    Long Live Pakistan China friendship
    Thank you ChineseRecommend

  • Harilal
    Jun 24, 2015 - 3:47AM

    @Ridwan: India has the satellite phone transcripts,all that is needed is Lakvis voice sample to confirm which Pakistan is not providing…plus Ajmal Kasab admitted that Lakvi and Hafiz Saeed masterminded it…now the evidence Pakistan is asking is that of Ajmal Kasab…how can we provide him …he has been hanged and deadRecommend

  • P/O Umair Khalid
    Jun 24, 2015 - 3:49AM

    Unlike to India, Pakistan did try to get rid of terrorism and is still trying to keep it on. In this issue it seems that India is very weak as far as strong evidences are concerned. If India is right, according to them, that lakhvi is behind the Mumbai attacks, then they must be allowed to show what they have and supported, by Pakistan too.Recommend

  • AB
    Jun 24, 2015 - 4:23AM

    @Kushal:
    voice samples? Is that what your politicians told you? :D what do you smoke?Recommend

  • Sandip
    Jun 24, 2015 - 4:28AM

    @lol: Third world country, yes for sure. But not a beggar country living on Zakat.Recommend

  • Rex Minor
    Jun 24, 2015 - 4:51AM

    @Raj – USA:

    Good thinking! The current administrateion in the white house needs good friends because of confederate whites assault against blacks. Take care, they have no sympathy for the xpatriots Indians living in the USA as well.

    Rex Minories

    PS The chinese have one principle which they have been following as a religion; Not to interfere in the domestic affairs of other countrs. The Chaiwala could learn a lot from th toldest surviving civilisation on the planet.Recommend

  • wb
    Jun 24, 2015 - 5:00AM

    Modi should eat his own words.

    When asked about Congress response after 26/11, he mocked Manmohan singh by saying,”why are you going to Amarica, crying Obama Obama. Go to Pakistan!”

    The same applies to you Modi. Why are you going to UN crying Pakistan, Pakistan. Go to Pakistan and prove us that you have a 56 inch or whatever chest that works.Recommend

  • wb
    Jun 24, 2015 - 5:03AM

    @Reality:

    Stop comparing a terrorism issue with Tibet. Tibet is a genuinely occupied area where human rights are abused on a daily basis.

    Pakistan is a basket case where terrorists are given safe haven.

    The two are not the same.Recommend

  • K B Kale
    Jun 24, 2015 - 5:04AM

    @Liberal:
    Don’t forget what happened to Hindi-Chini Bhai-Bhai! The same thing will happen to China-Pakistan Evergreen Friendship! I hope Pakistan learns from our mistakes. Actually, India is the ONLY true friend Pakistan has got! Hope it realises it before it is too late!Recommend

  • SEAsian
    Jun 24, 2015 - 5:22AM

    China cannot help it. They need Pakistan’s help with the Uighurs. Most of the leadership and cadre get their training in NW. They need Pakistan’s help – hence the veto.Recommend

  • K B Kale
    Jun 24, 2015 - 5:25AM

    I don’t know whether ET will publish this comment (it should), but I honestly believe that India should liberate Balochistan (like it did Bangladesh) so that the “business-end” of the PCEC is no more available to China!. The basic common problems like atrocities by Pakistani Army on ordinary people & a strong movement for free Balochistan are already there in abundance. All that is missing is a Shaikh Mujibur Rehman in Balochistan and an Indira Gandhi in India. But I am sure that if Baloch rise like bangladeshis did, Modi is equally good!
    Grab Gwadar to solve all the problems!Recommend

  • Kharal
    Jun 24, 2015 - 6:07AM

    Indian prime minister is a terrorist a member of communal group and killer of thousands* will he be investigated by the international court of justice for what he has done?Recommend

  • Ashraf
    Jun 24, 2015 - 7:13AM

    @Muk Lee: oh yah! ……1962…… Does that ring a bell? Kindly stay within your domain and don’t act as something you arn’t. Feed your people, build toilets for them, respect and protect your women, stop the brutal practice of foeticide, manage the gender imbalance (850 females against 1000 males) help the farmers ( 3 lacs have committed suicide in 20 years), stop the internal insurgencies and once you have done all that, wait for another 20 years when you can even think about challenging China. Recommend

  • masoon
    Jun 24, 2015 - 7:13AM

    @Jatin:
    But first get someone declared terrorist on evidence not just pointing finger and start crying loudly terrorist !Recommend

  • bukhari
    Jun 24, 2015 - 7:19AM

    indian friends forget that PM modi officially accepted indian involvement in creating Bangladesh. They also forget about their illigitimate rule over kashmir. Please take issues to UN. PM nawaz can’t speak bcz it may halt its sugar export/productionRecommend

  • IMTIYAZ
    Jun 24, 2015 - 7:22AM

    India won’t do anything in Tibet as one of your general stated no match for china get a grip on reality@ajeet: Recommend

  • IMTIYAZ
    Jun 24, 2015 - 7:25AM

    What can india do to china to pay when it cannot feed its own people and don’t look just at Bombay there are other parts to india and Bombay is like a shanty town aswel@Muk Lee: Recommend

  • IMTIYAZ
    Jun 24, 2015 - 7:28AM

    And India look at the Maoists, Hindu junta, laxilites oh we can’t mention them as they cannot be blamed on pakistan@rama: Recommend

  • IMTIYAZ
    Jun 24, 2015 - 7:37AM

    This is democracy so why india moans when it states it is the biggest democracy in the world apart from its untouchables, women, the poor and homeless@Kam: Recommend

  • V. C. Bhutani
    Jun 24, 2015 - 8:25AM

    Pleasantries are all right but Modi will need to attend to basics if he expects people back home to applaud. It is not enough to talk goodie goodie with presidents and prime ministers and come back with persistent complaints in our minds against China and Pakistan. In fact for India there isn’t much to choose between China and USA: both have been protecting Pakistan in UNSC for ages, with China putting up its latest performance only yesterday. Besides, the UN is proving itself a mere talking shop without taking effective steps on India’s complaints. Add to it the changing scenario in world relations: the UN system still reflects the outdated world order as it existed in the immediate aftermath of WWII. China has been content with getting its own permanent membership of UNSC (and that was a long time ago) but it has been intent on blocking the way to India’s permanent membership of UNSC. There is something to be said for the view that the UN system has outlived its usefulness and perhaps something better needs to be put in its place. At the very least India should consider seriously whether it is worth India’s while and consistent with India’s self-respect to continue to be associated with an obsolete system which serves no useful purpose any longer. The UN now is a mere loud sounding nothing. This has to be coupled with the need to remain engaged with several countries and explore all avenues and organizations where India can counter unfriendly moves by China and Pakistan as well as by USA and Russia (both have been supplying arms to Pakistan lately). India needs new thinking and deft diplomacy.Recommend

  • Prakash H K
    Jun 24, 2015 - 8:49AM

    60 years of crawling by pSECULiARs before Paki and China have led them to believe that India will swallow any insult or atrocity! Years of Hindi- Chini bhai bhai have led us to China invading our territory at whim and spitting on us at will.
    I request Modi to act as tough with China as he has acted with Paki. Starting with making it difficult for China to access India market if they dont allow Indian goods
    (In 1980s, France only allowed Jap cars in thru a small port and ordered the port master to only allow 3 cars a day. France was NOT swamped by cheap Jap imports. INDIA CAN PURSUE THE SAME STRATEGY WITH CHINKIS)Recommend

  • Jun 24, 2015 - 9:25AM

    Cry baby as always!Recommend

  • babar ali
    Jun 24, 2015 - 9:50AM

    @Sam Ganguly

    You have been striking Pakistan with your proxies for a very long time. Pakistan had more than 10 such incidents with your agencies support and involvement, but you are good at marketingRecommend

  • wb
    Jun 24, 2015 - 10:54AM

    @babar ali:

    “You have been striking Pakistan with your proxies for a very long time. Pakistan had more than 10 such incidents with your agencies support and involvement”

    That’s a classic and blatant lie told to you by your establishment for their utter failures.

    So far, Pakistan hasn’t produced an ounce of evidence. Besides it’s common sense that India cannot side with Taliban which is a bigger enemy of India than it is of Pakistan.

    But, of course, I have proved many times that logic and common sense are anathema to Pakistanis.Recommend

  • KHAN
    Jun 24, 2015 - 10:55AM

    Well done China. We are proud to be a friend like China. China is doing the same as Russia was doing for india against pakistan over Kashmir issue. Russia has paid the price for that and now its India term to be broken into pieces. Recommend

  • akhan
    Jun 24, 2015 - 11:20AM

    Search google for most wanted criminals of the world. Indian PM Moodi is the 2nd most wanted criminal person of the world. Shame for u indians to have a PM like Moodi a criminal and most wanted person on earth.Recommend

  • wb
    Jun 24, 2015 - 12:16PM

    @akhan:

    Like all Pakistanis, you also live lies and propaganda.

    Please do the search again and you’ll only find three Pakistani houseguests: Osama, Dawood Ibrahim, Zawahiri and one Pakistani asset: Hafiz Saeed in the pictures.

    There’s no Modi. It’s just a figment of your imagination. Too much marijuana?Recommend

  • SK
    Jun 24, 2015 - 12:44PM

    China turned “Shinning” India into “Shocking” India. They must know where they stand in the world community. ONE DAY MATTAM…. is the equivalent of vande mattaram.Recommend

  • B.K.Mathur
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:02PM

    A snake is a snake. Thinking that it will only bite neighbors is a grave mistake. This policy has not given good results in the past don’t expect to have better results in future. Pakistan as a nation should seriously think about this. Some snakes have already started attacking Pakistan ,WAKE UPRecommend

  • Vishwas
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:13PM

    What India,Pakistan or China says does not matter, Truth will and should prevail, Good things will remain.Recommend

  • Liberal
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:20PM

    @K B Kale:
    Something is burning on your side of the border.Recommend

  • UMAIR AMJAD
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:49PM

    @Ridwan:
    I hear you, they (Indians) are apt at playing the blame game, and they never let go of a chance to tarnish our reputation. I believe that their govt. Is destabilizing at the moment and they are grasping straws right now, no matter how asinine their claims are.Recommend

  • Kushal
    Jun 24, 2015 - 1:52PM

    @AB: Yes voice samples. I have enough evidence to prove that voice samples of Zaki Ur Rehman Lakhvi and others are recorded by Indian and US intelligence during the attack.

    BTW I smoke Benson and Hedges. You?Recommend

  • Bobb Mack
    Jun 24, 2015 - 2:52PM

    ‘@AVMPolpot:
    China’ action is just a small hint the way this region is shaping up. Every time ther is a veto it is a slap. Stop playing tricks. And know that America is not about to alter its policies on China and it seems the South China Sea issue will get resolved after some give and take without the need for America to need bullies to gang up. From time to time Pakistan may get American tickle to reassure its new baby in general terms and we understand that….but nothing more than that.

    It is a pleasure to see that India does now like the idea of taking matters to the UN and that would further facilitate other issues on which bilateral ism has produced no results.Recommend

  • Ibrar
    Jun 24, 2015 - 3:11PM

    @Filipino:
    I thought Filipinos are more intelligent and reasonable but your approach is disappointing. I am not trying to defend the person you have called fanatic but to make the point that he was not released by the government. He was given bail by the court who would like more presentable evidence to move ahead with its verdict. If the Indians or people like you are asking for a verdict that you want is not only unfair but stupid and unreasonable. And by the way what you know about this fanatic to call him a terrorist. You seem to be hiding you true Indian ID or you have very little knowledge what is happening in this part.Recommend

  • Filipino
    Jun 24, 2015 - 4:49PM

    @Ibrar:
    I am truly a Filipino, despite all the aspersions you are trying to cast on my person (sorry to say, but most Pakistanis who do not know how to argue intelligently resort to personal attacks and drift away from an issue on which they tend to be losing). I have many Pakistani friends and they agree that their country is one of the 10 most dangerous places to live in (along with Somalia, Sudan, North Korea and other rogue nations). Believe me, there have been mass demonstrations in the U.S. and elsewhere in the world by the burgeoning Filipino diaspora against China’s aggression in the South China Seas. Read the “Asian Journal” (published in New York/New Jersey) issue dated June 19-25, 2015. The story, on the front page, is captioned “Filipino-Americans protest against China, urge communities to boycott ‘Made-in-China’ products”. I hope you also have a sense of shame to be protecting and supporting Lakhvi, a known terrorist who has been declared so by the UN, USA and other civilized nations. Pakistan’s stock is so bad in the world that it is often referred to as “Terroristan”. I hope you can start by saying that it is wrong to kill innocent civilians (be it Indian, Pakistani or any other nationality). If you do that, you would have taken the right step in your life, instead of swallowing all the gibberish fed to you by your government and fanatic clergy. Recommend

  • Haider
    Jun 24, 2015 - 5:08PM

    @wb
    or maybe the lie told to you about Pakistan..well we have proofs Chuck Hagel,Ajith Doval many books and now BBC report….So you cant fool usRecommend

  • Arslan
    Jun 24, 2015 - 6:18PM

    @Jatin:
    Try finding humanity in the massacar of gujrat Recommend

  • AB
    Jun 24, 2015 - 6:39PM

    @Kushal:
    I don’t smore – hence the misstrust! :p If evidence were substantial, he wouldn’t have been released. Go beat the drums on media and don’t dictate the law.Recommend

  • A Pakistani from Canada
    Jun 24, 2015 - 6:52PM

    We have recently paid a heavy price with the blood of our children in Peshawar. We should not play good or bad terrorist. Lets face it, even we agree that India is involved in cross border terrorism in Pakistan, they are using our own people to do so. We need a strong socio-economic infrastructure, provide people basic needs of their lives and clean up our own house as well from all rental terrorists. India and Pakistan need to clean their own houses rather them blaming each other. Recommend

  • Jun 25, 2015 - 12:33PM

    @Kushal:
    Lighten up guys, I smoke Marlboro lights ;)Recommend

  • Ram Dargad
    Jun 25, 2015 - 2:41PM

    ET- Why did you not publish my following comment. Too embarrassing?

    Chinese know very well that Lakhvi is guilty but they have their diplomatic compulsions. China has to support friends like North Korea too,…Recommend

  • Ibrar
    Jun 25, 2015 - 3:30PM

    @Filipino:
    Like us Pakistanis you too drifted away from the main point…and avoided responding to what I said about Lakhvi – Instead lost your composure and went on to put your blistered azz (Opse excuse my French) on exhibition. No idea what Pakistan has done to you philpinos but may be you are spending time with our enemies in a nearby gutter in our neighbouring country. By all means do anything to China, do not buy their goods and hurt your own trade, we have nothing to do with what is happening in your region other than good dip
    Locative relations with Phillipine despite encountering ranting and raving turds like you.

    Think again why Lakhvi was bailed by the court.The UN and U.S. have their own reasons to say what they are saying, none doing so with any seriousness. Perhaps because they are aware and respect the good work Pakistan is undertaking to achieve peace in the region….and they also know what India too has been doing to harm Pakistan. Go on the Net and see what the recently retired U.S. Defence Sec, Chuck Hagel says about Indian involvement in arming militants in Pakistan’s Baluchistan province. And go to BBC web to see how Indians are funding and training vulnerable Pakistanis to carry out terror attacks in Pakistan. If you are still not convinced that India is deeply involved in terror activities while all these years Pakistan has been fighting against this menace at the coast of damaging its own economy , there is no point in wasting time on you.

    Despite your low views about Pakistani as you pointed out I wonder how come you carry your azz all the way to reach this Pakistani site?Recommend

  • ritz
    Jun 26, 2015 - 4:34AM

    @Sandip:
    @Harris:
    Hello,
    what problem you have with zakaat, don’t you know in your scriptures the highest caste the Brahmins have been advised to beg. So you Hindus should be the last one’s having problems with beggars.Recommend

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