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War of delusion

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In 1947-48 India became an independent country from British colonial rule on the basis of the occupiers most favorite policy of divide and rule. The unity of the people lasted till the independence movement because Bharat was divided and the aftermath migration, murders, rapes and many other horrific incidents broke it.

As said: “Friends of yesterday became enemies of today”. Since the start of the new Bharat, it has been an unstable state with multiple wars, terrorist attacks, genocides, emergency and many more economical and social factors but the one thing which made us different from our neighbouring nations was the unity we had for our country irrespective to our political and religious differences.

In 21st century as internet and smartphones became cheaper and available to almost every person in our country, sleeper cells and our aggressive neighbouring friends have attacked India through hybrid warfare.

This is a 5th generation warfare which plays with your pysch and creates you the slaves of their invisible army, the latest examples are of abrogation of article 370 and 35A followed by the CAA, NRC and Delhi riots which was planned so accurately that three most shameful things happened which will haunt us for years.
The 3 things are as followed:
1) Hatred between Hindus and Muslims grew more
2) Pakistan and allies benefited
3) The opposition parties dirty politics

This also caught attention of international media to make India show as an oppressive nation. 1.3 billion Indians are soldiers in this hybrid warfare and everyone should use it as an opportunity to uplift India in the Global community. It should also be followed by criticizing wrong doings of our institution but with professional competence and with lawful means.

Pakistan since 1947-48 has been indulged in proxy and hybrid warfare, and their military doctrine states that ‘Bleed India with a thousand cuts’ which means to deteriorate our nation from within to implement their two main objectives of Gazwa-e-Hind and persecution of other religions.

I quote: “If pen is mightier than sword then it should be used carefully”

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