When the country of forever bloodshed 'Pakistan' accuses the US

Ever violent 'Pakistan's blame on the US is funny!

Terroristic country Pakistan blames US

Pakistan's military-backed Prime Minister Imran Khan's statement that his country is on the brink of economic and social ruin is very fragmentary. 

In a recent speech, Imran Khan blamed the United States for the country's misfortune. He cited his country's involvement in the war against the Afghan-Taliban as the reason.

Imran Khan may have forgotten that his country has been ruled by military rule, directly or indirectly, since its inception. 

The history of the country says that since its inception, the military has been involved in wars in many ways. 

Covering state failures, Imran Khan in his speech only wants to hide the failure of his military by mentioning the Afghan war.

Pakistan's military is the sixth-largest in the world. How much the government spends on the military off of their national income is not disclosed in any way.  

However, the number that is suggested is also alarming. It has been reported that over 30 percent of the national income is spent on the military sector alone. Although it is not possible to verify the veracity of that information.

From the birth of the country to the formation of society, the formation of the state has never come to the fore. 

The trend has continued, with the military consistently running the state, either directly, or sometimes being behind the scenes. Imran Khan's victory in the election was such an event that Nawaz Sharif had to say goodbye.

Imran Khan came to power with the help of Pakistan's army. General Ayub Khan imposed the first military rule on the country 8-9 years after its birth. 

After 10 and a half years of Ayub Khan's rule, General Yahya Khan has two and a half years, General Ziaul Haque has 10 years and General Musharraf has 11 years.

The country was under military rule for 35 years. The influence of the military has been widespread since the birth of the Pakistani nation. 

The military decision was to infiltrate Kashmir all along. Shortly after 1947, the Pakistani army, created through British legacy, invaded Kashmir in September. 

Since then, there has been a dispute with India over Kashmir. That dispute led to allegations of genocide inside Kashmir.

Even today, many people inside Kashmir believe that it was Pakistan's genocide after 1947. General Ayub Khan, the hero of Pakistan's army, first came to power in October 1958. 

After that General Yahya Khan came to power on March 25, 1969. After two and a half years in power, Pakistan bifurcated the state and carried out mass killings in what was then East Pakistan. 

He surrendered to the Bangladesh-India joint forces in the War of Liberation in December 1971 and left power. After the break up of Pakistan, another independent, sovereign state- Bangladesh was born.

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If we talk about the war on Afghan soil, then Pakistan gave birth to bin Laden in 1979. Even after the Soviet occupying of Afghanistan, the US used Pakistani territory to support bin Laden in Afghanistan; Arms, and financing. 

Bin Laden then gained worldwide recognition as the leader of the Mujahideen. The then Western media described bin Laden as the leader of the Mujahideen. The Mujahideen won that Afghan war. The Soviet Union collapsed. 

The Taliban government was established in Afghanistan after they withdrew their troops. It was under that Taliban government that bin Laden attacked the World Trade Centers as his next activity, and bin Laden died on Pakistani soil. Bin Laden was killed in a US commando operation there.

Imran Khan is in power as a military man and Pakistan's opposition political parties are in the process of removing him from power. But the movement could not be strong because the army is in control of the administration.

Pakistan's position is pushing the country towards another deadly people's war. As a result, another direct military coup is likely to take place very soon. 

However, a ruling by Pakistan's Supreme Court has already sparked new controversy with the Biden administration. The Biden administration has reacted angrily to Pakistan's Supreme Court ruling.

Pakistan's Supreme Court has ordered the release of Omar Saeed Sheikh, a terrorist leader convicted of killing Daniel Pearl, a US Wall Street Journal journalist killed in 2002. 

Such an order created a new distrust of Pakistan's justice system in the world.

Even before this, the Supreme Court of Pakistan has disputed itself in various ways. Pakistan's judiciary is one of the 23 most influential federal systems in the world. 

When Prime Minister Imran Khan accused the United States of being responsible for Pakistan's involvement in the Taliban war, it made people laugh. 

Those who have researched the political landscape of the world know how divided the society of this country called Pakistan is, how they are hostages to religious terrorism. 

Omar Sheikh's release from prison is a significant example of this.

Even today, the country has not accepted responsibility for the mass genocide in the country of Bangladesh. The internal society is yet to be formed. This proves where the qualitative position of that society is.

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