It can happen only in Pakistan, the terror factory of the world. Its army, that virtually rules the country and in fact has directly ruled the country for most of its sovereign years, has claimed Pakistan is the best country in the world.
In browbeating its propaganda and agenda of making Pakistanis feel good, it went on to say that the mercy petition of Kulbhushan Jadhav, an innocent Indian whom the Pakistani propaganda has declared a spy and has sentenced to death, is in final stage and people of Pakistan will hear the ‘good news’ soon.
Pakistan claims Jadhav, who allegedly used the alias Hussein Mubarak Patel in Pakistan, was attached to the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). Pakistan arrested Jadhav in March 2016.
Any ‘good news’ here in this case means hanging of Kulbhushan Jadhav, a deplorable act by the coward rulers of a frustrated country that is increasingly becoming isolated by the world community because of its treachery and double-dealings.
So its army can boast of ‘good news’ – even if the International Court of Justice has stayed hanging of Kulbhushan Jadhav till any conclusion in the case. India has submitted its written pleadings in the ICJ while Pakistan will submit its reply by December 13. So, going by that measure, any ‘good news’ is not going to come in near future.
Its army can thump its chest of being the best country in the world, as its spokesperson claimed during a press briefing today, even if the US has declared it safe haven for terrorists multiple times, has stopped military assistance, openly calls it a country of double-dealings and is considering to withdraw the ‘US ally’ status of Pakistan.
The Pakistani army can brazenly lie about establishing peace in the country and wiping out every terror outfit as it claimed today, even if over 100 terror incidents have taken place this year only killing over 400 civilians and over 150 security forces personnel, the data from South Asia Terrorism Portal shows. Even today, a suicide blast in a Balochistan shrine killed over a dozen and its aftermath is still unfolding.