According to a well-known Indian newspaper, Indresh Kumar, a senior preacher (preacher) of the Hindu organization RSS, has said that after 2025, Pakistan will become part of India.
He made the remarks during a speech on the Kashmir issue in Mumbai, India’s economic capital, on Saturday.
Addressing the gathering, he said: “Write that in five or seven years you will buy a house anywhere in Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi and Sialkot and you will have a business opportunity.”
According to The Indian Express, Indresh Kumar said that Pakistan did not exist before ’47. People say that before (AD) 45 it was India. And after 25 (2025) it is going to be India again.
He said: “For the first time, the Government of India has taken a firm stand on Kashmir. Because the army exercises political will power, we have a dream that we will go and sit in Lahore and we will not have to get permission from China to go to Kailash Man Sarwar. In Dhaka, we have formed our own government.
He hoped that the dream of a ‘united India’ would soon come true.
When I spoke to the leader of the Communist Party of India-Marxist and the secretary of its women’s wing, journalist and activist Quetta Krishnan, she said that ‘their united India’ has always been a dream.
The dream of a united India
He said: ‘RSS sees not only Pakistan and Bangladesh but also Nepal as a united India. She sees all these countries as part of her wider Hindutva project and considers it as a step towards establishing a fascist Hindu Rashtra as a whole.
Quetta Krishnan added: “It is his expansionist aspirations which include his occupation of other countries, the end of other countries and the conquest of Hindus and the establishment of Hindu Raj in which Muslims will be second class citizens etc. Is.’
When I told him that the CPI (M) was of the view that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh should be merged, he explained: ‘We have always said that the kind of India-Pakistan Kashmir issue. There is a political solution to the conflict. And the solution is to make India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Kashmir a very strong federation in which everyone is treated equally.
Citing this as an example, Quetta Krishnan said: ‘For example, look at the alliance of Latin American countries under Chavez (Hugo Chavez, Venezuela’s leader). Latin American countries were at loggerheads with each other, but under Chavez they developed strong economic and political alliances that posed a significant challenge to imperialist America. And efforts are still being made to establish and maintain this alliance.
He added: “We envision a similar anti-imperialist alliance and federation in South Asia in which all exist and all have equal rights. In this we can even think of an independent Kashmir which is now a piece of bread between India and Pakistan.
We asked him if it was something like the European Union, he said it could be, but the economic aspect of the EU is that the attitude of the big countries towards countries like Greece and Romania is like big brother. ۔ “In the federation we imagine, we do not believe that India will be in the role of a big brother or grandfather.”
When we asked Zain Shamsi, a senior Urdu journalist and editor of the Muslim world, about Indresh Kumar’s statement, instead of answering, he asked, “When Pakistan is about to become part of India, then RSS India Why are Muslims always under pressure to send them to Pakistan?