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Will strained Indo-Pak relations affect anti-terror efforts as expressed by the Pak PM Mr. Gilani?

Asked by Good Citizen, 20 Dec '09 07:36 pm
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No i dont think so it will change a bit as even when we had regular talks between the two nations nothing changed substantially in terms of terror activities & we got back stabbed by Kargil war happening!!
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 20 Dec '09 10:21 pm

 
  
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God only knows, but one wishes the Pakistani Government would see that it makes sense to resolve the Kashmir issue once for all and move on. The line of control can be accepted as the international border between the two countries and both countries can concentrate on the more pressing problems of health, education and development in their countries and learn to live symbiotically. It also makes sense for Pakistan to make peace with India as this would free it to tackle terrorism problems in their own country. And whichever Indian and Pakistan Government will achieve this will go down in history. So it makes sense for President Asif Ali Zardari or PM Gilani to not only make anti -terror efforts but to take that historical step and resolve this India -Pak border issue forever.
Answered by blue ocean, 20 Dec '09 08:04 pm

 
  
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Strained or no strained, this problem will never get solved...as Talibs and Indian agencies were involved in recent serial blasts in pak last month which left more than 200 ppl dead in Lahore and peshawar, according to Pakistani media, so both countries are up in arms against each other, Paki public want a retaliation of Bangladesh ( Eastern pakistan separation by Indira Gandhi and Russia in 1971)....these things will continue eternally with sudden pauses.
Answered by Nashaat Quadri, 20 Dec '09 07:40 pm

 
  
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No, He is just a paper tiger & Chatter box. Dont take it seriously
Answered by hitler, 20 Dec '09 07:38 pm

 
  
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