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If Pakistan rules out war against India why should it not end export of terror?
4/24/2019 10:30:25 PM
If war is not an option let Pakistan explore other options for resolving the Kashmir issue. And the first issue is to end export of terror to Jammu and Kashmir because terror and talks cannot coexist. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has criticised India for using force against the people of Kashmir, saying that India could not "suppress the voice of Kashmiris" by deploying a large number of troops in the valley, reported. In fact there is no need for suppressing people of Kashmir and during the last 70 year there was no need for forcing people to discipline. It has been the problem created by Pakistan. Since Pak Army have pushed into Kashmir. Scores of terrorists they fight with the security forces an d whenever encounters between these terrorists and security forces start civilians surface at the encounter sites an d clash with the security forces. How can the security forces lie low under duress?
Qureshi has said Pakistan and India could not afford war because both were nuclear powers and had the capacity to destroy each other.
Qureshi said war was not an option for resolving issues and both countries would have to decide how they could end their disputes and live in peace. He said he could not blame India for the April 12 blast in Quetta without evidence. Pakistan could have not found any evidence in case of Quetta blast because these blasts are common in Pakistan and the terrorists are responsible for it.
That is the reason for India to suggest to Pakistan that door for talks could be reopened if Islamabad puts a hgalt on the export of terror. But despite warning from the UN, the US and other super powers Pakistan is in no mood to end export of terror. It is shame on the part of Pak Army that camps where terrorists are being given arms training and handling of bombs and grenades, which they use once they are pushed into Kashmir. This way peace is derailed in Kashmir and the authorities in Pakistan blame the security forces for carrying out repressive policy against the terrorists and those civilianns who support them.
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