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Trusting Pakistan would be suicidal
Needed: Hard Approach
9/25/2018 11:21:40 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Sept 25: India and Pakistan are again face to face with each other. They are trading charges and counter-charges against each other after New Delhi cancelled the meeting between External Affairs Minister (MEA) Sushma Swaraj and her Pakistani counterpart Shah Mehmood Qureshi. The announcement that Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan would meet on the sidelines of the UNGA session had given some to understand that both the countries would work together to establish peace in the region, but it was not to be as Pakistan showed its ugly face once again by bleeding the Indian nation in the Jammu's Ramgarh Sector and killing three cops in South Kashmir in a short span of 48 hours. Pakistani Rangers murdered BSP head Constable Narender Kumar Dahiya in the Ramgarh Sector and mutilated his body.
It was Pakistan PM Imran Khan who wrote a letter to Indian PM Narendra Modi asking him for a meeting between the two countries so that Jammu & Kashmir, sit Creek and Siachen could be discussed and settled and New Delhi walked into the trap of Pakistan, much to the chagrin of the nation.
New Delhi committed a mistake by not taking into consideration the Pakistani track record, which is undoubtedly one of treachery and sabotaging talks. New Delhi ignored the fact that time and again it had exhibited its willingness to engage with Islamabad and every time, Islamabad had ditched New Delhi. Pakistan's credentials were too well-known and yet the Narendra Modi Government thought it prudent to walk into the Pakistani canny trap.
It was not the first time New Delhi acted in the manner it acted with the wounded nation and bulk of national media, especially news channels questioning the BJP's Pakistan policy.
The February 1999 Lahore bus diplomacy of the then PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee was followed by Kargil in May, but New Delhi didn't learn any lesion. The July 2001 failed Agra Summit between India and Pakistan was followed by a terror attack on the Jammu & Kashmir Assembly in October to be followed by another terror attack on the Indian Parliament in December. New Delhi again failed to learn any lesson. New Delhi committed similar mistakes after 2001 as well, thus indicating that it had no clear-cut Pakistan policy.
But this time, the enthusiasm shown by the Narendra Modi Government was even more dumbfounding given the media reports that "India had rebuffed Pakistan Army's readiness for talks and that New Delhi had been effectively highlighting Pakistan's dubious record on cross-border terrorism". New Delhi would do well to remember that Pakistan will neither change its behaviour towards India nor will it stop bleeding her. New Delhi has to devise a new policy that brings Pakistan to India's knees.
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