Pakistan blacks out Rajnath speech

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  1. hit&run

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    http://www.hindustantimes.com/india...orting-them/story-pLYtOoazTeBaTeIwSzuUTI.html

    Pak blacks out Rajnath speech, Naidu says this is their ‘model of democracy’

    These cowards allow terrorists to run naked on Islamabad streets and call it FoE, but black out Indian HM speech whom they invited being host of SAARC meet.

    Good on, Rajnath Singh for skipping the Lunch and and not bothering to do a tranquil shake hand with his host.

    I am happy Modi government is making these moves to show that we are doing best we can to have cordial relationship with Pakistan. This may not have any relevance to western countries who allegedly keep pressure on both to keep things calm but domestic politics where Pakistan apologist, pseudo-liberal have always cast aspersions and doubts against Modi being anti Pakistan to infer and play abominable propaganda of Modi being anti Muslim.

    After Pathankot overture by India, it was these Pakistanis who dragged their feet and snapped all the communications then to blame India for doing nothing. It is important for Indians to have a strong memory to remember the chronology of Pakistani lies and flip flops.
     
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  3. Neo

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    Another pathetic lie by Indian official. :lol:

    We should have a INDIAN LIES AND DENIAL THREAD
     
  4. Sandeep Bajwa

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    What else do we expect from the country that is being run by terrorists? India should break off all diplomatic ties with Pakistan now!
     
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    was he doing "kadi ninda"!!!!!
     
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    I asked a valid and important question on this thread

    Pakistan Economy: News & Discussion

    Answer this question if you have anything concrete or positive to contribute or else take your filth to your own forum.
     
  7. hit&run

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    These scum bags blacked out not only his draft statement but opposed presence of Indian media.

    Network 18, NDTV, ZEE News and few others; all were refused and they are reporting it on their portals.

    The minster's statements are always open to public during SAARC meetings only discussions happens behind the doors.

    When these thugs were embarrassed by Indian media and there was altercation they started giving excuses of SAARC protocol which Jihadi Newspaper "And they hanged Yakub Memon" fame Indian express shamelessly quoted as clarification by Government of India as some unnamed official told them so.

    People are now waiting for Pakistanis to show precedence of this protocol where statements of ministers are not made open to Public.

    They haven't yet come out to give a single proof.

    At NewsX former SAARC official has said contrary to what Pakistanis are misleading with protocol excuse.

    In a nutshell they blocked his statement because they know their ass will be on fire if their zombies will hear an opposing POV by an Indian minister.
     
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  8. tsunami

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    Text of Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh’s statement at 7th Meeting of SAARC Ministers of Interior/Home

    The Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh addressed at the 7th Meeting of SAARC Ministers of Interior/Home, in Islamabad, Pakistan today.

    Following is the text of Home Minister’s statement:

    “At the outset, I congratulate H.E. Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan Saheb for his election as the Chairperson of this Meeting. I also take this opportunity to sincerely thank the Government of Pakistan for excellent arrangements made for hosting this Meeting, and for the outstanding hospitality extended to me and my delegation. Right from the formation of our government more than two years ago, India has reaffirmed that good relations with our neighbours are our highest priority. Under our "neighbourhood first” policy, we have spared no effort in further building our engagement, and working together with our partners in the region, to secure peace and prosperity for our people. I have come to this meeting with the same purpose.

    I recall that under this Forum, we last met before the Eighteenth SAARC Summit that was held in Kathmandu in November 2014. At that Summit, our leaders committed to deepen regional integration for peace, stability and prosperity in South Asia. With 30 years of SAARC’s existence, today the need is more than ever that we take regional cooperation to a level that realizes the aspirations and expectations of our people.

    Our vision for the region, as outlined by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modiji at the Eighteenth Summit, rests on the pillars of trade, investments, wide-ranging development cooperation, contacts between our people - and, all through seamless connectivity. We have accordingly carried forward the initiatives announced by Prime Minister. I am also happy to note that we have implemented the India business card scheme, which would facilitate eligible business leaders in their visits to India.

    It is vital that the South Asian environment has necessary conditions for achieving greater regional prosperity, connectivity and cooperation, if our efforts to these objectives are to succeed. However, we are witness to mounting threats and incidents that endanger our region’s peace and stability. Terrorism remains the biggest challenge and threat to our peace. South Asia continues to be deeply affected by this malady, as witnessed most recently in cowardly terrorist attacks in Pathankot, Dhaka, Kabul and other places. Merely strong condemnation of such terrorist attacks is not enough. We must harden our resolve to eradicate this menace and also take serious steps to this end.

    It also needs to be ensured that terrorism is not glorified and is not patronized by any state. One country’s terrorist cannot be a martyr or freedom fighter for anyone. I also speak for the entire humanity- not just for India or other SAARC members – in urging that in no circumstances should terrorists be eulogised as martyrs. Those who provide support, encouragement, sanctuary, safe haven or any assistance to terrorism or terrorists must be isolated. Strongest possible steps need to be taken not only against terrorists and terrorist organisations but also those individuals, institutions, organisations or nations that support them. Only this will ensure that the forces engaged in promoting the heinous crime of terrorism against humanity are effectively countered.

    The will and the mandate of international community against proscribed and wanted terrorists and their organisations must also be respected and implemented. If we are to rid ourselves of terrorism, we will have to genuinely believe that attempts to distinguish between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ terrorists are misleading. No type of terrorism or support to it can be justified on any grounds whatsoever. Immediate and effective action is required against all those who support or encourage international terrorism in any way, whether they are state actors or non-state. Only then justice will be ensured for the victims of terrorist attacks such as in Mumbai and Pathankot. We must have the approach of ‘zero tolerance’ against any type of terrorism.

    In our common fight against terrorism, implementation of the SAARC Regional Convention on Suppression of Terrorism and its Additional Protocol becomes crucial. This also includes ensuring effective measures so that those committing terrorist acts do not escape prosecution and punishment, and are extradited or prosecuted.

    The menace of terrorism is greatly amplified by the misuse of digital technology. In our effort to tackle terrorism, we should look into all possible avenues of cyber-crime, its linkages with the terrorist world, and how these could be dealt with. Attention and efforts need to be devoted to ensure that social media and other modern technology is not misused for misleading especially the youth or promoting terrorism in any way.

    I am happy that all SAARC members have supported our proposal to hold the second Meeting of the High Level Group of Eminent Experts to Strengthen the SAARC Anti-Terrorism Mechanism from 22-23 September 2016 in New Delhi. I thank all of you for this and hope that the meeting will achieve its objectives.

    I would also draw the attention of my esteemed colleagues to the need for immediate ratification of the SAARC Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters. We have not been able to benefit from the Convention, as some Member States are yet to ratify it. I would urge remaining Member States to consider ratifying the Convention at the earliest.

    Trafficking of drugs and its abuse is a grave challenge which has an immeasurable adverse impact. It is a problem which is connected with all types of organized crime. Today, drug business generates the highest illegal fund flows. Trafficking of drugs, coupled with the problem of increasing circulation of fake currency, feeds into supporting terrorism and can create economic de-stabilization in our region. Towards implementation of the Regional Convention on Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, we have offered our full support and cooperation by way of capacity building and training programmes. There is also a felt need to achieve the full potential of the SAARC Terrorist Offences Monitoring Desk and the SAARC Drug Offences Monitoring Desk.

    Safety and security of women and children will determine the well-being and strength of our nations. It is timely and relevant that SAARC has accorded due priority to this area of cooperation, since new threats are emerging with increasing access to information technology and the changing nature of global economy. In India, we have taken a number of new initiatives such as the 'Track Child' national portal and 'Operation Smile' to rescue children. We shared our experience at the Ministerial Meeting of the South Asia Initiative to End Violence Against Children, which we were privileged to host recently. Our Prime Minister had launched the flagship 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' programme. It has rapidly expanded and has started contributing to ensuring the survival, protection, education and empowerment of the girl child.

    Since this august forum also discusses our cooperation against corruption, I would like to mention that achieving greater transparency and good governance is a cornerstone of our policy. To give just one example, through our financial inclusion scheme Jan Dhan Yoyana that leverages world's largest biometric Unique ID system Aadhar, and Direct Benefit Transfers, we have been able to transform our services delivery to ensure that benefits of public schemes reach the grass-root levels.

    In a few months, leaders of the region would come together in this city of Islamabad for the 19th SAARC Summit. It is my hope that we would be able to demonstrate to our leaders concrete progress in areas of our mutual concern and interest that I mentioned in brief. Mr. Chairman, the time for us to act is now.

    With these few words, I express my gratitude to you and all my esteemed colleagues.”

    http://i1.dainikbhaskar.com/web2images/education/textofunionhomeministershrirajnathsingh_14703.pdf
     
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  9. hit&run

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    OK, Now NDTV, CNNIBN and ZEE News have edited their News reporting and all are quoting Govt. of India official that blackout news are misleading.

    This thread stands null and void or GoI is doing face saving after getting humiliated by Pakistani host.
     
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    No blackout of Rajnath speech in Islamabad, says New Delhi

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    Updated: August 4, 2016

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    Home Minister Rajnath Singh at the first working session of SAARC Home Ministers meeting in Islamabad on Thursday. Photo: @HMOIndia
    India on Thursday described reports of a blackout of Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s statement during the SAARC ministerial meeting as “misleading”.

    “With reference to the Home Ministers meeting in Islamabad earlier today, media reports of a blackout of our Home Minister’s statement are misleading. It is the standard SAARC practice that the opening statement by the host country is public and open to the media while the rest of the proceedings are in camera, which allows for a full and frank discussion of issues,” a government source said.

    http://m.thehindu.com/news/national...blacked-out-says-new-delhi/article8943318.ece
     
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    Where is the INDIAN LIES AND DENIAL THREAD? :lol:
     
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    Kya...NDTV ko bhee allow nahee kiya..:eek1:
     
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    Guys off topic!! But I heard that ED slammed NDTV with 525 crore fine... Is it true? No body reported it apart from some blog writers I think.
     
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    hit&run Elite Member Elite Member

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    Indians don't lie. We have guts to correct ourselves even on the face value of the update and information available; knowing it could well be GoI face saver.

    Indian media was denied, there was altercation, the tension was visible (reported by many News portals), Rajnath Singh skipped the Lunch, even host Ch. Nissar left the lunch; withstanding.

    One can bet there will reciprocity without making a scene this time at your country where terrorist are on parole running on streets.
     
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    Classic example of self trolling ...so according to our great @Neo the government which represents Indian state clarified the lies circulated by some individuals not representing India and yet some people take the latter as a statement by Indian state ..
     
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    It is now more to do with reading between the lines as we know tension is simmering and Pakistanis have come out in open to support terrorism in J&K.
     
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    Pakistan host to Rajnath... :shock: ...

    Now enjoy !!
     
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    It will be there once you show a Govt. of India Official saying that " pakistan censored Rajnath Singh's speech".
    Please don't assume a news reporter to be a GOI official.
     
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    Take it lightly bro, His pea size brain sensed an opportunity to call indian liars, but I did mention Pea sized.
     
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