Burhan Wani who was the commander of Kashmiri militant group ‘Hizbul Mujahideen’. Whose social media campaign had an outreach among a section of Kashmiri Muslim youth, was neutralised by the Indian Army on 8th July ’16.
The Indian Army majors in an open letter to Burhan Wani said, “Burhan Wani was a terrorist and was treated like one”.
By declaring 19th July as a ‘Black Day’ to show solidarity with terrorist Burhan Wani, Pakistan has openly aligned itself with terrorism.
Why the killing of a terrorist credit the observance of a black day by Pakistan and not the killing of 132 school children in a dreaded terrorist attack on the army public school in the northwestern city of Peshawar.
Were those children not worthy of Pakistan’s condolences? Were they children of lesser gods? Didn’t conscience of Pakistan move to see little children spilling blood under the desk of their classrooms?
Pakistan has been pursuing double standards from its birth as a theocratic nation and needs to mend its ways.
We wish Pakistan Happy Black Day and wish to so many more black days in future.