Rehman Malik's preposterous statements in Delhi

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  1. Yusuf

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    What the eff is wrong with him. Did weather torture and mutilate Capt Kalia?

    And who the eff is he to talk about Babri and how the eff did Shinde not cut him off
    Seriously this is why I don't want any talks with Pak. They speak schit.
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    NEW DELHI: Pakistan interior minister Rehman Malik on Friday said his country was committed to bring to justice those who had taken part in 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, but also added that his country does not want a repeat of the unpleasant incidents of past, including demolition of Babri Masjid.

    "We do not want 9/11, Mumbai bomb blast, Samjhauta Express blast. We do not want Babri Masjid issue," Malik said in the presence of Indian home minister Sushilkumar Shinde.

    Referring to the 26/11 Mumbai attack, Malik said the Pakistani government has taken action on it and seven people have been arrested and 20 others have been named as proclaimed offenders.

    "We will not leave any stone unturned. The day is not far away when you will see convictions," he said.

    Malik added a discordant note when he referred to the December 6, 1992, Babri Masjid demolition along with the reference to 9/11 attack, 26/11 Mumabi terror attack and the Samjhauta Express blast of 2007, in which some Hindu right-wing groups have been suspected of involvement.

    New visa regime

    India and Pakistan Friday made operational a liberalized visa regime as Interior Minister Rehman Malik said Islamabad's "journey to peace" with New Delhi was firmly on track.

    The visa regime announcement was made after talks between Rehman Malik and Indian home minister Sushilkumar Shinde shortly after the former began a three-day visit to India.

    But even while preaching peace with India, he made discordant voices. He dismissed Indian charges that Pakistanis had tortured and mutilated Indian soldier Saurab Kalia during the 1999 Kargil conflict.

    He also questioned the Indian evidence on Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Hafiz Saeed vis-a-vis the 2008 Mumbai terror attack.

    "Pakistan and India have to be friends," Malik said after arriving from Islamabad, his landing delayed by about four hours. "I come with a message of love and peace from the people of Pakistan."

    He underlined that India and Pakistan had travelled a long distance since the Mumbai attack when their relations touched a new low.

    Malik said because of interactions between the leaders of India and Pakistan, the "journey to peace is progressing very well", and gave credit to President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

    "We are all here to take the peace process forward," he added.

    The visa agreement was signed by then Indian external affairs minister SM Krishna and Malik in Islamabad Sep 8.

    "When (Indians) enter Pakistan, they should feel they are coming to their own home," Malik said. "Similar should be the case when people of Pakistan enter India."

    The minister invited the Indian prime minister to visit Pakistan.

    Malik will call on Manmohan Singh and opposition leader Sushma Swaraj Saturday. He is also tipped to meet national security advisor Shivshankar Menon.

    'No love lost for Hafiz'

    However, Malik remained adamant that the evidence provided by India thus far linking Saeed with the Mumbai attack was not enough to stand scrutiny in a court.

    "Just a statement from (hanged Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Amir) Kasab is not enough. We have to follow the law of the land. And of course (satisfy) the court ... There has been a lot of propaganda about Hafiz Saeed.

    But if India provided credible evidence, "I will order his arrest even before returning home. We have no love lost for Hafiz Saeed".

    He later said that Pakistan had arrested seven people for the Mumbai attack and another 20 had been declared proclaimed offenders.

    "We will not leave any stone unturned. The day is not far away when you will see convictions (in the Mumbai case)."

    'Weather could have killed Capt Kalia'

    Indian soldier Kalia's father has taken his son's torture-killing to the Supreme Court, saying Pakistan should be told to apologize.

    Asked about Kalia, Malik said, "When a fight is going on the border, we really don't know whether he was killed with a Pakistani bullet or he died because of the weather."

    After meeting Shinde, Malik said, "We do not want 9/11, Mumbai bomb blast, Samjhauta Express blast. We do not want Babri Masjid issue."

    The new liberalized visa regime would make travel easier for some sections including the elderly, the young and those in business.

    It is expected to boost people-to-people contacts and trade.

    Rehman Malik in Delhi, says Pakistan doesn't want repeat of Babri incident - TOI Mobile | The Times of India Mobile Site
     
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  3. devgupt

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    His statements are revolting - and that is putting it mildly. A furthur proof of hopelessness of WKK
     
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    Rehman Malik aka the Paki JOKER is here :lol:
     
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    With cocks for Interior Minister like these, it is no wonder Pakistan is such a fu!ked up state.

    To his comments I say, if you believe 'bad weather' can mutilate a body Mr. Malik, or amputate vital organs, or pierce ear drums, you gotta see what the inclement weather can do to you in India.
     
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    Babri masjid is internal issue of india, how is it in the talks of bilateral meeting of india and pak ?
    This happened last week in pakistan. And this is just one of those thousands of demolished temples.
    Shsil kumar is so dumb he could not bring this to negate his argument.

    100-year-old temple demolished, angry Hindus ask govt to arrange tickets to India


    Karachi: A century-old temple in Karachi was hurriedly demolished by a builder despite a Pakistani court hearing a petition seeking a stay on such a move, triggering protests by the minority Hindu community on Sunday. Besides razing the pre-Partition Shri Rama Pir Mandir in Karachi's Soldier Bazar, the builder demolished several houses near it on Saturday.

    Nearly 40 people, a majority of them Hindus, became homeless as a result, The Express Tribune reported on Sunday. Following the demolition, the Pakistan Hindu Council organised a protest outside the Karachi Press Club on Sunday afternoon. They protested the demolition by the builder and the lack of action on the part of authorities. The Sindh High Court is hearing a petition seeking a stay on any move to demolish Shri Rama Pir Mandir.

    "They destroyed our 'mandir' and humiliated our gods," an angry man named Prakash was quoted as saying by the Tribune. The demolition team placed the statues of four Hindu deities to one side, but local residents accused them of taking away gold jewellery and crowns that had adorned the statues. Pointing to bruises on his arms, another man identified as Lakshman said, "They hit me with their guns when I tried to stop them. I told them to kill me instead of destroying our holy place."

    A woman named Banwri said the demolition team arrived at around 11 am while she was preparing breakfast. She rushed outside when she heard the sound of a bulldozer and was given instructions to move her bed, cupboard and other essential items outside her home. "I watched my house go down in just minutes and I couldn't do anything," she said.

    Banwri said that during the demolition, the area was cordoned off by police and paramilitary Pakistan Rangers. Outsiders were not allowed to enter the area, she added. Saveeta was among the 40-odd people who lost their homes. With her husband away from Karachi, she said she and her three children would spend the nights in the open.

    The area around the temple had 150 Hindu residents and some four families lived in each of the houses that were demolished, according to an elderly resident named Kaali Das. "People were living in cramped houses, separated only by curtains. Over here, we live like animals," he said. Angered by the demolition, the Hindus demanded that the government should arrange tickets to India for them. "If you don't want us, we will go to India," screamed a woman.

    Another man said the temple was "as sacred to us as your mosque is to you". However, police officials completely denied the existence of the temple. They said they had orders to remove "encroachments". DSP Pervaiz Iqbal said, "There was no temple there. There were just Hindu gods present inside the houses and we made sure that they were safe."

    The people were given plenty of time to remove their belongings from their houses, he said. "We did not injure anyone. In fact, those people threw stones on us and our SHO Abid Hussain Shah was injured," he added. The local residents managed to find a plaque of the temple from under the debris. Maharaj Badri, who lived inside the temple, denied that the land had been encroached upon. "Our ancestors have been living here since independence. We are not encroachers," he said.

    Military Lands and Cantonment Director Zeenat Ahmed contended the temple was "untouched" and denied it was demolished. The operation was aimed against illegal occupants and temples are "old grant property," she said. "The builder had possession of the place since years and these people were encroachers, and encroachers have no religion," Ahmed said.

    President Asif Ali Zardari took note of reports of the demolition of the temple in Karachi and sought a report on the incident from concerned authorities, presidential spokesman Farhatullah Babar said. Zardari had expressed concern at the reports and directed authorities to look into the matter "to ensure that no discrimination was made to any community in any manner", Babar said. The President reiterated the government's commitment to continue safeguarding the rights of minorities as enshrined in the Constitution.

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    Pak: 100-year-old temple demolished, angry Hindus ask govt to arrange tickets to India - Pakistan - IBNLive
     
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    Kutte ka bacha , haram jayada malik
     
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    Good for India, Comment like this help us to predict there moves..
     
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    This :flypig: came in a military aircraft this says a lot about the state of the pak nation, let him say what ever he wants this pig has no authority. A statement is needed about the pathetic condition of minorities, Ahmadiyya and the Shia community in the land of the :flypig:. :mad:
     
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    Bastard. Actually, more than such people, I hate our WKKs. First all our WKKs need to be shot dead.
     
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    And in the backdrop of this we are going ahead with liberalising the Visa Regime.

    Why are our successive Governments in a hurry to appease the Pakistani establishment? MMS is particularly in a hurry to go in for a deal. The former COAAS put his foot down publicly otherwise we would have lost the Siachen peaks by now.
     
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    Whatever the statement might be, the real issue is that our govt. went ahead and made the blunder of easing the FDI on terrorism?!!!

    The country with whom India has fought 4 wars... which is the biggest sponsor of terrorists attacking this country and killing thousands of innocents civilians.. the people of that country should have had to go through so rigorous vetting that only the squicky- clean people should have been able to enter India.. but what is this? Peace with Pakistan is impossible, not because Indians don't want it, but Pakistanis absolutely don't want it. Why this simple thing is not understood by the SPG protected uber elite of our leadership. May be because they don't have to live under the threat, they didn't lose anybody to those terrorists' bombs or guns???
     
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    when ever host is weak then guest will be look toward his daughter, sister. They know we cant save our proud now we want tp live with shame not to die with proud we are ecoming more practicle haa haa haaa
     
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    no one in pakistan take him serious

    dnt knw why indians
     
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    Raising babri issue is secular one but raising temple demolition in pakistan is communal
     
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    Media would be too happy on his remarks. They get new secular loudspeaker.
     
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    The Media is already on overdrive to shield this pig of a foreign minister's comments, what a shame.:frusty:
     
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    Question is why do we invite these people to India when there are such kind of outstanding issues yet to be resolved..?? How dare he talk about Babri masjid when the Pakistani state has been a state sponsor of terrorism and suppresion of minorities in thier own country throughout thier history. Every day Hindu's are being made chicken masala if they dont get converted there.

    Why the heck is this guy and that sob Musharaf even getting invited ??????????? Doesn't the politicians blood boil when considering the number of Jawans who died in Kargil becos of Mushy...And who are these guys to interfere in India's internal affairs..
     
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