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Global War - Indian Hegemony over water

21 December, 2009

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Four declared (China, Russia, Pakistan & India) and three future (Iran, Israel & South Korea) nuke powers are located in Asia. The said powers have disputes amongst each other For example, Indian – China dispute over border and Water Resources, Pakistan – India dispute over Kashmir, Distribution of water Resources, Dispute between Israel and rest of the Arab countries, Iran – Iraq conflicts over Energy Resources, Water and Territorial dispute between Bangladesh, India and Nepal, Instability in India due to Maoist movement, Regional instability due to American presence in the area and Indian interference in Pakistan are the factors which are dragging the world toward next Global WAR.


The recent Indian actions of depriving Pakistan from River Chenab and Jhelum Water, depriving Nepal from Hydropower Energy and denying Bangladesh (BD) form water while approving constructional plan of Tapaimukh Dam in Northern Manipur state on The Barak River and killing of BD BSF on border have further fuelled the regional issues. Million of lands of Bangladesh and Pakistan is going to be barren and will directly worsen the economy of poor neighbors of India. Millions of farmers in Pakistan and Bangladesh have made plans to start agitation against India. They are also demanding that their governments to strive for their rights on international fora. On July 5, this year about 30 Bangladeshis, belonging to a human right body “Lamp Post” held a protest demonstration in front of Indian High Commission, Dhaka against Indian Plan to construct Tapaimukh Dam and killing of their BSF in border areas. They also demanded withdrawal of Indian High Commissioner Mr. Chakravarty from Bangladesh due to his offensive remarks about the water experts of Bangladesh. Subsequently Bangladesh National Party parliamentarian Mr. Zainlal Abedin Faruk also demanded that Mr. Chakravarty should be sent home for undiplomatic remarks over the controversial river dam.


Thus, it appears that Indian desire of becoming region power; capturing and grabbing natural resources, fomenting terrorism in regional countries would likely to ignite the issues which would become the main causes and started point of future Global War. Do you agree on following please:-


  • Capturing and grabbing natural resource and fomenting terrorism Indian main causes of future global war.
  • Protection of Israeli brutality in Palestine, China-India territorial disputes, containment of China, South Korean Issue , American stay in Afghanistan, Iran and Israel conflict and depleting American economy would be contributories factors towards future world war.
  • Please also suggest that how we can avoid Global WAR and how we can pressurize India to resolve regional issues with her neighbors.
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