“Hind Banega Pakistan” campaign launched by largest student body of Pakistan

Islami Jamiat Taleba (IJT), one of the largest and most organised student organisations in Pakistan, has started a campaign called ‘Hind Banega Pakistan’ with the aim of conquering Bharat.

In a catchy promotional video launched by the group, Pakistani teenagers can be seen talking about their plans once Bharat has been annexed by Pakistan –

Here is what the children are saying in Urdu in the video –

  • “We will put the Indian Army to work cleaning the streets, and I will ask dad to buy a large house in Goa,” says a cheerful young girl working on a Mac laptop.
  • “I don’t know the Hindi language. Now (after the conquest), only Urdu will work here,” says a smiling boy with a pen in hand.
  • A boy wearing spectacles adds with serious intent, “It will be so much fun when he have kebabs made of cow meat in Delhi Gate,” before putting a handful of food in his mouth.
  • “We will celebrate Jashn-e-Takbeer-e-Pakistan at Taj Mahal,” says a boy reading a book.
  • “After the victory, I will go to Shimla for vacation in 2020,” chimes a cute young girl.
  • “When we come, we will build bathrooms in the entire country,” chirps a teenage boy, taking a dig at the ‘Swachh Bharat’ campaign.
  • “Listen up, RSS terrorists, we will avenge every Muslim’s sacrifice because now Hind will become Pakistan,” another serious-looking boy in spectacles threatens.

“Allah-0-Akbar…Allah-o-Akbar..Allah-o-Akbar” the video ends with this chant, and a message is displayed for an Azadi-e-Kashmi Convention on 12th October at University Road, Karachi. The said convention on Saturday seems to have had a sizeable audience and was addressed by several senior figures, most with flowing white beards, going by the photos shared on IJT’s Facebook page.

The video shows the logo of Mass Media Production, a unit of IJT which claims to be ‘A media department , struggling for revival of Islamic Ideology in the field of media.’

Islami Jamiat Taleba (IJT) is the student wing of the Islamic fundamentalist Jamat-e-Islami (JI). Jamaat-e-Islami was founded in Lahore, British India in 1941 by the Deobandi Muslim scholar Maulana Abul Ala Maududi (born in Aurangabad, Maharashtra), who was influenced by the Sharia based reign of the fanatical Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb.

After Bharat’s partition in 1947, the Jamaat split into two – Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan and Jamaat-e-Islami Hind. Other wings of Jamaat founded later were – Jamaat-e-Islami Kashmir and Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami.

IJT has been one of the main ideological engines powering the concept of political Islam on Pakistan’s university and college campuses. IJT militias joined hands with the Pakistani Army to carry out the Bengali genocide of 1971, in which upto 3 millions Bengalis, mostly Hindus, were murdered. IJT is also believed to be behind the militarization of student politics in Pakistan, and has close ties to several Jihadis organizations.

All children featured in the video appear to belong to upper middle class families of Pakistan, and it once again underlines the Islamic radicalization of the entire Pakistan society, barring a few scattered, progressive thinkers in Karachi etc. who amount to zilch in Pakistani society. But the Pakophile elites in Bharat have spun a false narrative for decades that ‘ordinary Pakistanis and Indians are the same people, with similar outlook towards life’ and this wishful thinking has become the accepted wisdom in urban, middle-class Bharat.

This twitter thread shows multiple examples of how Islamic supremacist ideas and Hindu hatred has seeped into the masses of Pakistan, a country founded on the 2-nation theory that said ‘Hindus and Muslims are two different nations, with different epics, different heroes, and different episodes.’


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