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It has been reported that now terrorists are entering in the country through nepal and ne states and 6000 bengladeshi are entering every day illegally under a plan hetched by isi and explosives are being imported through sea from kutch to kerla coasts, it is as a result of our weak policies and we have to be careful and be ruthless in eliminating this menance.

Asked by Ramesh Agarwal, 21 Aug '08 09:33 pm
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Only a strong government at the centre can address this.
Answered by Rashtrasnehi, 22 Aug '08 11:28 am

 
  
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Nepal borders China on one end and India on the other. So, if a Pak terrorist wanted to enter India thru Nepal, he has to cross India and then go to Nepal and then come again to India. That is pointless.

The other option is to cross China, come into Nepal from the North, and then enter India. This route is possible, but China is having its own campaign on eradication of terrorists, and Chinese security forces are a lot more alert & responsive than ours, so I doubt a terrorist would try that route.

Pls leave Nepal out of it...considering the rate at which our own home is headed, it may not be too long before we stand in line waiting to enter Nepal. And who gave you those figures...that 6000 Bangladeshis are entering India illegally? We DO have a BSF (Border Security Force) and they don't accept blind candidates into their ranks...so that number is manufactured.

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Answered by A Moin, 22 Aug '08 07:14 pm

 
  
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Yes ofcourse it is the weaknes of our nationality and intergirty
Answered by Arali Jagadevappa, 21 Aug '08 09:35 pm

 
  
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Our politicians are busy with the internal politics only and external affairs are least taken care off..
Answered by virendra kumar sharma, 22 Aug '08 05:56 pm

 
  
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We have all the information and intelligence reports,& equipments and manpower but we are lacking the action at appropriate time.
Answered by rajmohan nair, 21 Aug '08 09:41 pm

 
  
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