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Sitaram Yechuri says:-- 'With the Indo-US nuclear deal, with the strategic partnership that you are building with the USA, are you prepared to face the threats of Taliban and Al Qaeda reaching our shores, from outside India because you are seen as a strategic ally of the USA? Do you agree with Yechuri?

Asked by QueSera Sera, 19 Dec '08 03:43 pm
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Mr. Sitaram Yechuri and his comrades are still facing the hang over of the defeat that they faced at the hands of the Congress for the clearance of the Indo-U.S. Nuclear Deal in the Parliament. As far as the Nuclear deal is concerned, India has entered into this kind of partnership with not only U.S.A. but also with Russia, France and U.K. The process is still on as we will be entering into similar partnerships with some other countries like Canada, Australia, Germany, Denmark and so on. The causes of the threats from Taliban and Al-Quaeda are rooted in the perception of thought process of the neighbors of India i.e. Pakistan and Bangla Desh. It is aggravated further by a school of thought from a particular community within the boundaries of our own country who have been nurturing a false notion in their minds as a result of the class of clerics who have been un-necessarily teaching their innocent students ill founded teachings on Islam in their Madarasas. This is, in spite of the fac ...more
Answered by INDER KRISHEN WALI, 19 Dec '08 07:09 pm

 
  
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Absolutely not. In that case, can we assume, Mr Sitaram Yetchuri is the official agent of Al Qaeda. It is not like that. On the other hand, his party in China is supporting Pakistan both directly and indirectly. Has any one of CPIM has got guts to condom this and blast China openly with a written letter so that they can no go back. So it is all politics. USA and China with some terrorists are trying to topple the staple democratic country that too a country of having traditional background. So i can not totally agree with Yetchuri or in this connection on any of his party's comment as long as they are in align with China.
Answered by KRISHNAIYENGAR PITCHUMANY, 19 Dec '08 05:46 pm

 
  
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