Sarabjit came back to India

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  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    I have read in the newspaper that his kidney and heart was missing !! Is that true?


    It is reported that postmortem report carried out by Indian doctors indicated that kidney and heart had been removed. We may expect anything from Pakistan that is so savage and uncivilized.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


    Thank you said by: AKP

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    I have read in the newspaper that his kidney and heart was missing !! Is that true?

    Ohhhh, I am hearing that from you. Didn't know that, mate. And that could be true. After all, this kind of deeds can certainly be done by Pakistan. So cruel.............

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    I have read in the newspaper that his kidney and heart was missing !! Is that true?


    It is reported that postmortem report carried out by Indian doctors indicated that kidney and heart had been removed. We may expect anything from Pakistan that is so savage and uncivilized.


    In that case it is so cruel.. How can they do such thing? They can't be call human.

    ANDROIOS: http://androios-tweaks.blogspot.com

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    I have read in the newspaper that his kidney and heart was missing !! Is that true?


    It is reported that postmortem report carried out by Indian doctors indicated that kidney and heart had been removed. We may expect anything from Pakistan that is so savage and uncivilized.


    In that case it is so cruel.. How can they do such thing? They can't be call human.


    My question is how long this will go. When they get a chance, they kill lour people. And when we get a chance, we kill them. This tension across the border will be a never ending story?

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    I have read in the newspaper that his kidney and heart was missing !! Is that true?


    It is reported that postmortem report carried out by Indian doctors indicated that kidney and heart had been removed. We may expect anything from Pakistan that is so savage and uncivilized.


    In that case it is so cruel.. How can they do such thing? They can't be call human.


    My question is how long this will go. When they get a chance, they kill lour people. And when we get a chance, we kill them. This tension across the border will be a never ending story?


    There is no end. We have got bad neighbor and should act on basis of this fact only. We be strict in allowing visa to Pakistan citizens, impose economic sanctions against that country and issue advisory to our nationals going there to be very cautious and alert while moving there.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    True .. There is no ending of this; And I don't think we will see peace in any near future between these two countries.

    ANDROIOS: http://androios-tweaks.blogspot.com

    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    I have read in the newspaper that his kidney and heart was missing !! Is that true?


    It is reported that postmortem report carried out by Indian doctors indicated that kidney and heart had been removed. We may expect anything from Pakistan that is so savage and uncivilized.


    In that case it is so cruel.. How can they do such thing? They can't be call human.


    My question is how long this will go. When they get a chance, they kill lour people. And when we get a chance, we kill them. This tension across the border will be a never ending story?


    There is no end. We have got bad neighbor and should act on basis of this fact only. We be strict in allowing visa to Pakistan citizens, impose economic sanctions against that country and issue advisory to our nationals going there to be very cautious and alert while moving there.

    It is not fair to be strict is allowing visa. All Pakistani is not against India and its people. Think for a moment for the person who parents or relative living in Pakistan or in India. If you visit to bagha border of Pakistan you can see many person their who come only to see face of their relative only for some moments.

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    There is a revelation that Sarabjit was a spy of R&W. Sarabjit came in limelight because his sister took very active interest. There are many others who are less known but are in Pakistani jails for spying and other activities. The spies are more vulnerable than soldiers who are duly recognized and honored.

    http://in.news.yahoo.com/was-sarabjit-singh-a-r-aw-agent--092427388.html

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    There is a revelation that Sarabjit was a spy of R&W. Sarabjit came in limelight because his sister took very active interest. There are many others who are less known but are in Pakistani jails for spying and other activities. The spies are more vulnerable than soldiers who are duly recognized and honored.

    http://in.news.yahoo.com/was-sarabjit-singh-a-r-aw-agent--092427388.html


    It's a pity to know that R &AW is yet to make a policy for paying spies who work for them.

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    There is a revelation that Sarabjit was a spy of R&W. Sarabjit came in limelight because his sister took very active interest. There are many others who are less known but are in Pakistani jails for spying and other activities. The spies are more vulnerable than soldiers who are duly recognized and honored.

    http://in.news.yahoo.com/was-sarabjit-singh-a-r-aw-agent--092427388.html


    It's a pity to know that R &AW is yet to make a policy for paying spies who work for them.


    This is how all intelligence agencies operate. Most of their agents are not on their regular pay roll or on staff. . They are paid from private budget. No intelligence agency- R&AW, ISI, KGB or CIA- will ever accept somebody as their agent. The agents work clandestinely and also paid secretly. If any one takes up an assignment of spying, he must do so accepting the risk involved. spying is not an open honorable job like that of a soldier.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


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