Hello Friends,

Pakistan is doing all out efforts to divert attention of their own citizen and of the world from the terrorists' threat on them by doing irrelevant things.

Do you think Pakistan is trustworthy?

- Harish Jharia

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  • Re: Is Pakistan Trustworthy

    by » 13 years ago


    Hi Harish,
    i strongly don't trust the Pakistan citizens, recent Mumbai attacks have really made this point crystal clear. We can see the difference between India and Pakistan, where they stand after so much years of Independence. The pakistani people still have very los standard of living. And in order to earn, wrong people take advantage of such people. Yes those terrorist is someones brother or father or son or husband but I think due to lack of education people get into terrorism.

    In all, I don't trust my brother country Pakistan.

    -Atul Barapatre
    Yes I still consider Pakistan Indias brother

    atulb@boddunan.com

  • Re: Is Pakistan Trustworthy

    by » 13 years ago


    Hello Atul P Barapatre,

    I do agree with you and in addition to India the people of Pakistan are also being misguided by their government.

    - Harish Jharia

    Harish Jharia
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  • Re: Is Pakistan Trustworthy

    by » 12 years ago


    In fact, we should be alive to our national interests and not trust others Pakistan or China. We should see what they do and not what they say. We must not hesitate to take any step that is necessary to safeguard our people and land.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
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  • Re: Is Pakistan Trustworthy

    by » 12 years ago


    It is a known fact that Pakistan is always that way!
    Being there neighbors, we should be very cautious with them. Should be alert always.

    Thanks 'n' Regards,
    Deepti.

  • Re: Is Pakistan Trustworthy

    by » 12 years ago


    We cannot believe them as they are really brainwashed by their government and their real motive is to get KASHMIR from India and also they have dangerous nuclear weapons manufacturing and their people are ready to die for the sake of their nation as a human bombs that is why in foreign countries they are afraid of Pakistani's ans they triple check the people from that country

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  • Re: Is Pakistan Trustworthy

    by » 12 years ago


    The real motive of Pakistan Government is to divert attention of people from real problems of maladministration, poverty and unemployment. Kashmir issue is raised from time to time for diversion of public opinion. In fact, they are not really interested in so called Kashmir problem. I am reminded of a film- Kissa Kursi Ka, produced and directed by Amrit Nahata. A kingdom and neighboring republican country wage war only to divert peoples attention.

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  • Re: Is Pakistan Trustworthy

    by » 12 years ago


    we can not belive them!!!!!!

  • Re: Is Pakistan Trustworthy

    by » 12 years ago


    you can't trust pakistan at any cost.Our PM is a very nice person.he thinks that doing talks with pakistan will change their attitude .well,its in their blood.Pakistan don't have its own identity.Nuclear weapons smuggling,Terrorisms,extremism etc are their soul. :(

  • Re: Is Pakistan Trustworthy

    by » 12 years ago


    No! Not At All.. You can not trust Pakistan. At one end it talks about TALKS and at other end it trains and sponsors terrorists.

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  • Re: Is Pakistan Trustworthy

    by » 12 years ago


    The entire world knows that Pakistan is not a perfect democracy. It has become a hub for terrorists for getting training in their training camps and live safely on their land.

    Harish Jharia
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