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As Pakistan and India are struggling to stop terrorism within their states, a JOINT ACTION to Stop the same, will be more effective and why these two nations don't realise this ?

Asked by chandran mv, 13 Jan '09 09:32 pm
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Your assuming Pak = Ind. In forms of how "they are run".....

Well, in Ind, you have an independent civilian govt, a professional frontlines only armed force, and decisions of the country are not handled to armed force....and Army Intelligence is a self defense / Yugoslav partisan outfit modeled one. Only assists in Army directed roles.

But in Pak, the equivalent- the ISI- are a parallel quasi political outfit IN ADDITION to a para commando like outfit.

Put it this way, in the 80s, they were doling out $2,000-$5000 per month (read declassified intel) PER MONTH to block the stabilization of Afghanistan (just prior to its integration as an SSR) on behalf of US....Their then collab w/ CIA paid HUGE dividents.

Now, the equations have changed. So as far as "terrorist outfits" in Pakistan goes, it's mor of a "didn't see. didn't tell" policy on terrorist outfit like LeT is that they form the ARMED FORCES EXTENT of the ISI.

In India, wel ...more
Answered by A Moin, 07 Feb '09 09:52 pm

 
  
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We have suffered because we trusted pakistan too much and it will be foolishness to expect any kind of cooperation from her.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 13 Jan '09 10:22 pm

 
  
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If I say co-operate with thief to protect your house, would you agree?
Answered by saurabh shrivastava, 13 Jan '09 09:33 pm

 
  
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Haha.. pakistan is in troublwe
Answered by conviction, 13 Jan '09 09:32 pm

 
  
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