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 What Are Indian Expansionists Trying to Do?

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What Are Indian Expansionists Trying to Do?
by "Renmin Ribao" Commentator

Source: Peking Review, No. 16, April 16, 1971
Transcribed for www.wengewang.org


   OF late, the Indian Government has redoubled its efforts to interfere in Pakistan's internal affairs in disregard of the repeated stern protests of the Pakistan Government. This overbearing action of the Indian Government cannot but arouse the indignation of all justice-upholding countries.
   The relevant measures taken by President Yahya Khan in connection with the present situation in Pakistan are the internal affairs of Pakistan, in which no country should or has the right to interfere. But the Indian reactionaries came forward in a great hurry to openly interfere in the internal affairs of Pakistan. Certain bigwigs in the Indian Government ranging from the Prime Minister, the Minister of External Affairs, to members of Parliament and chief ministers of states raised a hue and cry for fanatic interference in Pakistan's internal affairs. The Indian Parliament and the Indian National Congress openly discussed and adopted resolutions interfering in the internal affairs of Pakistan. The Indian Government was busily plotting for international intervention in league with the two superpowers. Meanwhile, the Indian reactionaries have set their entire propaganda machine in motion to fan up anti-Pakistan chauvinist sentiments. AU these frenzied acts are a new exposure of the expansionist features of the Indian reactionaries.
   To create pretexts for meddling in the internal affairs of a neighbouring country, the Indian reactionaries insisted that changes in the internal situation of Pakistan "cannot but prejudice India's own security." It may be asked: Is it Pakistan that "threatens" India's security, or is it the Indian expansionists that threaten Pakistan's security? While the Indian reactionaries were making inflammatory remarks over the Pakistan situation, the Indian Government massed troops along the East Pakistan border, and even instigated armed plainclothes men to infiltrate into Pakistan territory for disruption and harassment. Does this flagrant threat of force not seriously prejudice the security of Pakistan.?
   The Indian reactionaries also claimed that "geography makes it impossible" for India to "view" the situation in Pakistan "as simply an internal matter for Pakistan." Such argument is extremely preposterous. With a definite place in geography, every country has neighbours. If this "theory" of the Indian expansionists can stand, then countries with expansionist and aggressive ambitions may wilfully interfere in the internal affairs of their neighbouring countries for geographical reasons. Under such circumstances, what normal relations can there be between nations?!
   It is worth noting that the two superpowers, working in close co-ordination with the Indian reactionaries, crudely interfere in the internal affairs of Pakistan. The U.S. State Department issued a statement in an effort to poke its nose into Pakistan's internal affairs, while the Soviet Government acted more blatantly. In his message to President Yahya Khan, President of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the U.S.S.R. Podgorny made no mention of the Indian reactionaries' threat to Pakistan, but on the contrary impudently criticized the Pakistan Government. They posed themselves as "friends" and hypocritically expressed concern for "the interests of the . . . people of Pakistan." As known to all, if the independence, sovereignty, unification and territorial integrity of a country arc encroached upon, then what is left of the interests of the people?! Judging by what had been done by the Soviet Union in Czechoslovakia, it is not hard to see what the Soviet leadership supports, what it opposes, and on whose side after all it stands.
   The great leader Chairman Mao has pointed out: "We firmly maintain that all nations should practise the well-known Five Principles of mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, non-aggression, non-interference in each other's internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit, and peaceful coexistence." This is the criterion for handling relations among nations. Anyone who interferes in the internal affairs of other countries in an attempt to achieve one's ulterior motives will never come to a good end.
   The Pakistan people have the revolutionary tradition of opposing imperialism and colonialism and have waged unyielding struggles against aggressors and interventionists from outside. The Chinese Government and people will, as always, resolutely support the Pakistan Government and people in their just struggle for safeguarding national independence and state sovereignty and against foreign aggression and interference.

(April 11)


Source: Peking Review, No. 16, April 16, 1971
Transcribed for www.wengewang.org
  
  
  

 
 
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