Panchsheel 2.0? Shimla agreement 2013?
Parse the lines and you'll notice a striking resemblance to the Lucknow pact - signed by the Dhimmi Congress in the early 20th century - wherein Hindus were enjoined, in their festivals to avoid playing music and taking out processions in the vicinity of mosques AND Moslems, in accordance with their tradition, were entitled to cow slaughter during their festivals!!!
Now, the contemporary legatees of the Dhimmi Congress of the early 20th century, under the leadership of
coconut oil Christist A.K. Antony are negotiating suicidal unilateral
ceasefire agreements with all of
the inimical neighours!
The modern day Shikhandis will insist on the incorporation of a
clause giving enemy armies to
decapitate and mutilate Indian soldiers at the border, whereas Indian soldiers (reduced to Mango Men aka "Aam Aadmi" by the soft state) would be committed to sharing sweets with the enemy on Banana Republic day!
This trend needs to be arrested
and such suicidal treaties killed
before they are born to deliver their poisonous fruit, with their concomitant disastrous consequences for the nation.
As they say in Hindi, this is
"Pootna Mausi ka Prem", i.e.
the false "affection" displayed by demoness Pootna who tried to
murder the baby Shri Krishna with her poisoned breast milk.
"The Chinese side was "unusually warm" during the third round of talks and wanted a formal border management agreement along the more than 4,000-km-long Line of Actual Control (LAC).
NEW DELHI: China wants India to put behind the 1962 war as an "unfortunate" thing of the past and that the two countries should strengthen their military ties including formalising a border management pact under which their troops will not fire at each other.
The Chinese assessment was conveyed to the Indian defence ministry team which visited Beijing on January 14 and 15 for the third round of the annual defence dialogue between the two countries.
During the meeting with the Indian team led by defence secretary Shashikant Sharma, the Chinese side asked India to forget the 1962 war as an "unfortunate" thing of the past and said it looked forward towards better relations between the two countries, highly-placed defence sources said here today. India suffered a humiliating defeat in the 1962 war.
The Chinese side was "unusually warm" during the third round of talks and wanted a formal border management agreement along the more than 4,000-km-long Line of Actual Control (LAC).
The Chinese side, the sources said, is expected to soon send proposals in this regard which would also suggest the two sides to agree on their troops not firing at each other under any circumstances.
Beijing also wants to formalise a mechanism under which there will be no night patrolling by the troops from both sides and if they cross each others' path, they will not follow each other, sources said."