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Indian foreign minister Shinde asks his Pakistani counterpart Malik to crack the whip on elements in Pakistan who use social media networks for spreading communal hate in several parts of India. Do you think it will have any desired results? Your views?

Tags: india, sports, pakistan
Asked by Good Citizen, 20 Aug '12 10:20 am
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It is unlikely to have any positive impact. The government is doing this exclusively keeping in mind the vote bank in north east. This will not go on for long. Some serious action is to be taken and matter escalated to the level of UNO.
Answered by Seshadri Srinivasan, 20 Aug '12 10:22 am

 
  
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Is the Home Minister Shinde expecting something concrete from Pakistan, assuming that country is indeed involved ? If yes, then we should feel sorry for this line of approach.

You can never produce some evidence to Pakistan - which they are going to admit ever that it indeed points to involvement of their own subjects.
Answered by S. Ramesh, 20 Aug '12 08:25 pm

 
  
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Why should a person who is ill and has gone to a physician, require to know how the doctor would diagnose his illness? Let the Government think over it and let them solve the problem.....why should we spend our time on how effectively they blame the perpetrators of the crime?
Answered by Philosopher Speusippus, 20 Aug '12 10:27 am

 
  
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They are just making joke of themselves.......
Answered by Rahee, 20 Aug '12 10:21 am

 
  
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No but he has done the formality
Answered by Quest, 20 Aug '12 05:25 pm

 
  
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1) There is a saying that if you do not learn from history, you are condemned to repeat it.
2) It is the case of this country. It never learns from the past including the 26/11 attack.
3) Since such an attempt in the past (26/11) did not work, it is not going to work now also. Moreover, you should use your brain as to with whom you are dealing with. Did anybody tell you that the Pak can be trusted? If not, pass it on to the honorable minister please.
4) Moreover, all is not well with the govern ment at the center. It played its political card as usual for silly votes at the expense of its own people. Under such circumstances, who is the real threat to the people?
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 20 Aug '12 12:21 pm

 
  
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