'Hopefully, there won't be a repeat of Kargil
What Readers think of the Indo-Pak summit:
as happened post-Lahore'
Post your responses
Tue Jun 19 03:49:40 2001
Your views:It all depends upon the attitude of Pakistan.
General Parvez Musharraf will have to stop gun battle
by killing innocent civilians. If he can able to
to do it then a history can be made.
Tue Jun 19 03:56:40 2001
Your views:It won't be easy for both countries to break away from the past. The summit may thaw the relations, but won't yield high results. This is just a PR exercise to appease the international community. Pak will be happy to get more IMF loans. India will be happy to see its name in UN Security Council.
That's all this summit will achieve.
Tue Jun 19 04:00:16 2001
Name:colville anthony sequeira
Your views:I think the talks will fail, because the bone of contention is Kashmir. India will not part with an inch of it and Pakistan will demand it's pound of flesh, asking for plebiscite from the public of Kashmir.
Tue Jun 19 04:03:12 2001
Your views:There will be no breakthrough in the talks between ABV and PM. As long as India maintains that Kashmir is an integral part of India, there are no chances of any solution. The only solution is to give up the path of peace and take up the path that Israel uses. Just bomb the terrorist camps across the border and make them scamper and put a scare in their hearts. There is no political solution to this problem. This is just a "Last Man Standing" problem.
Tue Jun 19 04:33:11 2001
Your views:Sorry for being pessimistic. But, peace is a distant dream now. It will take an entire generation to evolve before we see peace. So, the peace is at least 10-15 years away.
Tue Jun 19 07:00:10 2001
Your views:I guess it's going to be the same old story. I really dont think PAK is any way interested in some peace stuff. This is all a big joke.
Tue Jun 19 07:14:21 2001
Name:Anoop K. Sharma (USA)
Your views:Musharaff and Vajpayee will really create History and better trust if they are able to convert poverty to prosperity by action and not mere words.
India is a very big market for Pakistan and additional market base (if not as huge)
will be created for Indian products as well.
The poor carpenter whose labour is exploited by the Pakistani exporter at below minimum wages will now be able to do direct marketing because he speaks the language and with the progress of time and with this IT revolution the scales of justice and fair play are bound to tilt with the next generations stepping in.
This is a move in the right direction and terrorism cannot be controlled in Pakistan without the help of India. Pakistan created a monster that is beyond their control. Pak and India have to jointly contain the terrorists and the Afghanis.
Musharraf must be allowed to address a high level business forum. There is no harm in this. Let's be broad minded and big hearted. Pakistan can make no progress without the help of India in any sector.
A prodigal son treatment for Musharraf is in perfect order provided he is sincere.
Tue Jun 19 10:33:03 2001
Your views:yes most probably there will
be improvement in the indo-pak relations
Tue Jun 19 10:48:46 2001
Your views:i think the result of this coming summit between India n Pak will not generate anything. none of them is going to loose their claim on Kashmir and i think it's just making fool of ppl n whole world. it's sure that after the talk they will only find themselves at that stage where they were on the beginning of this Kashmir problem.
Tue Jun 19 11:01:52 2001
Your views:I thk there can't be enough
breakthrough in talks since
there difference in perception of the Kashmir
problem of the parties involved. Pakistan claims
itself a protector of Islam.
I thk Kashmir is our internal matter. It is our
problem. Pakistan is only interested is Kashmir is Muslim dominated region and
He think he is a natural
partner to the talk.
Why don't Pakistan care abt
it's on internal problems like terrorism, education,
Tue Jun 19 11:12:54 2001
Your views:Hope and Peace are the Indian characteristics that's why Our PM invites their Chief Exec to talk. So one more time we made a confidence with them. Everybody needs peaceful life. Our leaders should give this life to us
Tue Jun 19 12:55:58 2001
Your views:you have done a very good job for India by saying that Mr. Vajpayee have taken a bold step.
Remember one thing that is one always come under pressure who is wrong.
Tue Jun 19 13:04:49 2001
Your views:A first step in the right direction.
Well begun is half done. Mr Vajpayee deserves to be congratulated as a Big Brother he believes i the ancient Hindi saying 'Kshma Badan ko chahiye, chhoten ko utpat."
Tue Jun 19 13:55:30 2001
Your views:Nothing will come of this meeting. Musharraf will continue to use Kashmir as a hobbyhorse to sustain terrorism in India.
Its an exercise in futility.
Too, we are endorsing a rogue dictator.
Tue Jun 19 14:00:20 2001
The only solution of Kashmir
problem is abolition of
article 370 and a policy of
terrorism by striking at the
hatching grounds of vipers
in Pakistan and PoK.
Musharraf is just buying
time, it suits him to talk
it gives him time to plan
the next strike in PAK
Tue Jun 19 14:07:16 2001
Your views:this discussion must get success. it is good for India & Pakistan & Kashmir. Kashmiris are suffering a lot more than us. they must get their normal life & peace back. both countries had lose their brave men. enough of this bloodshed. this must stop. peace between India & Pakistan is the key of progress of both.
Tue Jun 19 14:17:30 2001
Your views:It will not make any break in the situation
Tue Jun 19 14:58:55 2001
Your views:Its simply a time waste....... nothing is going to happen....
Tue Jun 19 14:59:34 2001
Your views:Relations between India and Pakistan have always been tense. Peace summits have been held from time to time but have ended in a failure. I feel this is because both sides have not been ready to compromise. They have entered the peace talks with the attitude that what they think is right and what they demand should be accepted by the other side. If this time the two sides will enter the summit with a more positive attitude and a spirit of compromise ie to accept LoC as an international border, only then we can hope for success in this coming summit.
Tue Jun 19 15:07:36 2001
Your views:Extremists in Kashmir derive their inspiration from Islam. Therefore it is unlikely that they will let Pakistan accept anything less than merger of Kashmir with Pakistan. The summit is being held under the influence of USA and it will achieve little concrete since both the leaders are incapable of conceding an inch of what is already held by each country. Nor is independence for the whole of Kashmir on the agenda. Kashmir is destined to remain an unsolved issue for the present.
Tue Jun 19 15:44:33 2001
Your views:This time it is certainly going to be different due to some factors working in favour of peace process. These are as below:
a. US is playing an important role in the background. They are feared by rise of Islamic fundamentalism in the region and with Taliban at its best they want to play Islamabad down to establish some kind of balance.
2. Musharraf is not a political leader and would not look for his political ambitions in the same manner as the prime ministers of Pak in the past have been doing. He may succumb to US pressure.
3. India has been working on its foreign policy for sometime and we hope to see Atal and his mandarins more prudent in handling the issue.
Tue Jun 19 16:36:37 2001
Your views:All that would come out of this summit meeting is that both nations will agree to resume bilateral cricketing ties so as to enable Ganguly and his ragtag combo to be beaten by the two penny Pakistan team at Karachi.
Tue Jun 19 16:51:33 2001
Your views:It is a good thing for the future of the both countries but not enough. Both the leaders should give some relief to each other if they actually want to establish their countries. Thank u
Tue Jun 19 17:45:35 2001
Your views:Pakistan has never had leaders who could give stable govt. either through democracy or throgh military. Each leader tries to do something to gain popularity at home and never succeeded. so I don't think, the coming summit will bear fruit anyway.
Tue Jun 19 17:45:38 2001
Your views:This summit will not yield anything at all. It is a two-day holiday for Mr.Musharaf to visit India.
Neither India will compromise on Indian Kashmir, nor Pakistan will compromise on POK to India. Any change on this reality will result into a bloody war.
Hence, the stalemate would continue. The only solution would be to accept the present LOC as an international border.
Tue Jun 19 18:07:00 2001
Your views:lets not carried away and forget the soldiers who died in kargil. fine, we have to talk, etc, but lets not get carried away. the pakis have not responded positively to any of our gestures before, and i have no illusions now. we know it will be good for both the countries, but they don't seem to have realised it yet, so lets not get carried away.
Tue Jun 19 18:21:33 2001
Your views:I don't think this summit or any future summit is going to solve any purpose unless pakistan understand it very clearly that it will never be able to seperate J&K from India,no matter what so ever mischief they do.
Tue Jun 19 18:29:04 2001
Name:ariz b anklesaria
just tell all the pakistani's there we will not comprise in kasmir issue. infact we want our pakistan occupied kasmir back.every indian will & have to fight for kasmir b'cause it is crown of india,we would like to die but would not like to see our motherland without crown. 'VANDE MATARAM" "JAI HIND"
Tue Jun 19 19:16:16 2001
Your views:WITH BOTH PARTIES EXPECTING SOMETHING BEYOND THE POSSIBILITY, I HAVE MY RESERVATIONS TO BELIEVE THAT MUSHARRAF/VAJPAYEE ESQ. WILL BE ABLE TO PAST THEIR POLITICAL GOALS.
THOUGH VAJPAYEE HAS DONE WELL IN INVITING MUSHARRAF, KNOWING THAT
1. HE IS LOOKING TO HAVE A KIND OF RECOGNITION IN THE WORLD FORUMS
2. AND BEING AN ARMYMAN, DOES NOT HAVE TO ACHIEVE POLITICAL MILEAGE.
BUT IT IS HARD TO BELIEVE THAT KARGIL MAESTRO WILL BE FLEXIBLE ENOUGH TO CREATE THE HISTORY.
Tue Jun 19 19:50:49 2001
Your views:Definitely NOT.
Pakistan wants to buy some time to build its economy so that it can continue "BLEED INDIA" policy. It will say lay pipes, but for what? 600 Million$ every year, initail ground value and so on...it will get loans from IMF, WB showing the summit... like the chinese who are building the economy to show their strength in near future...
In my view and for good for India
First India should ask pakistan to vacate POK for sum of money, drop its claim for JK and stop border terrorism. If they didn't accept, start the border firing...pakistan will respond with twice for a single bullet, keep the core army unit in the border in alert and keep pakistan to spend...spend on their defence and make them to feel dire need of money...make them to reduce their defence outlay...reduce their preparedness..send the army for hot pursuits(Pakistan cannot repeat the same)...make them weak like the afganistanis... then we have to cross the border and take the POK and smash the terrorist camps...it will take just couple of years for this to be happen in pakistan if the current state continues... but will our(Indian) govt had the guts to do that... r they will keep talk on peace. So far our Indian politicians havent shown the guts like our soldiers in taking harsh decisions even when it comes to national defence(eg 1948,1962 and the worst 1971 and the recent 1998 KARGIL). So far we have shown the world our soft side.. Lets us show the other side to world, and make them particulary Pakistanis how hard for them to face.
Tue Jun 19 20:20:01 2001
Your views:whatever be the result first we are thankful mr.atalji for taking this step and also we hope everything will go straight.in my opinion the result might not completely to our side but the summit will be favour for us to some extent.
Tue Jun 19 20:30:37 2001
Your views:i do not think that mushraff is serious for a peacefull settlement with india.
Tue Jun 19 20:47:52 2001
Your views:Both Country must respect the human value;
We are one
Don't waste money
Don't loose the humanlives
Don't waste all are energy
Tue Jun 19 21:29:46 2001
Your views:I predict that this "summit" will be little more than a feel-good exercise, legitimizing the good General's war crimes in Kargil - only in India, as they say...
Tue Jun 19 22:04:43 2001
Your views:It's foolishness to think that there is any change in the ideas of pakistan and it's rulers. Pakistan has time and again reiterated that their jihad would not stop even if kashmir was in their hands.
Indian govt should take all the measures so as not to fall in the trap again and use this oppertunity to gain some territory
And it should not yield to some foolish thoughts like changing the LOC as the boarder.
Tue Jun 19 22:57:04 2001
Your views:musharraf wants to change history... yes because pakistan should be history.shame on india to call for talks and try to get back its own state. this shows india is scared of pakistan.
Tue Jun 19 23:44:19 2001
Your views:This is going to be a sheer wastage. The enemy shall enter our house!!!
I think India shall have to part with Kashmir! Unfortunately !! Yes.
Mussharraf cannot be believed!
These Muslim Fundamentalists cannot be trust worthy!
Poor India & Like minded people!!!
One who cannot react & fight according to the situations shall be damned!!!
Wed Jun 20 00:19:10 2001
Name:Suhail K. Waseem
Your views:I think it is bold under taking by our Prime Minister vajpayee and we should hope for the best. At least we are talking,which is already a big step. I look forward the day India and Pakistan can share borders be like Canada and USA.
Good Luck, SKW
Wed Jun 20 01:08:43 2001
Your views:Here's my suggestion (in Hindi) for the Welcome banners being painted for our visitor from across the border :
Kashmir hamaaraa thaa,
Kashmir hamaara hai,
Aur Kashmir hamaaraa rahega.
Jai Hind !!
Wed Jun 20 01:47:12 2001
Your views: The existence of theocratic Islamic republic of Pakistan ( the land which was snatched away from INDIA , Illegally and immorally by blackmail based on religion ), where all nonmoslems are enslaved and cleansed out by using all discriminatory policies and inhuman islamic laws,
is a blot on human conscience .
It is time that Islamic Pakistan is defanged and build into a modern,secular,democratic, pluralistic open society and country like INDIA.
But , first pakistan as the fountainhead of Islamic totalitarian theology must be canned and folded.
Pakistan must forget about Jammu and kashmere in total . Since time immemrial kashmere was/is part and parcel of INDIA geographically,culturally,historically, legally and ethically.
There were no moslems in kashmere before the invasion by moslem rulers and forced conversions to Islam .
Every inch of kashmere - the names, the streams, the mountains , the land are imbued and steeped in Hindu ethos.
Islamic imperialism has to be beaten back and made to recede to Saudi Arabia.
All the Billion people of INDIA must act in Unison to slay the Islamic satan.
Wed Jun 20 02:38:08 2001
Your views:Will not create history, but will become history soon as evident from the previous examples
Wed Jun 20 06:09:13 2001
Your views:Unlikely. Hopefully there won't be a repeat of Kargil as happened post Lahore. India is blessed if it doesn't end up any worse after this summit.
Wed Jun 20 07:15:57 2001
Your views:let us think positive and
be prepared for the
Wed Jun 20 07:30:28 2001
Your views:Paksitan is the terrorist capitl of this world - what is the point of trying to talk to the terrorist?.
Wed Jun 20 07:34:19 2001
Your views:Musharraf is a Dictator.
What more can be said?.
Pakistan should first free POK (Pakistan opperessed Kashmir) as a precondition to any talks.
Wed Jun 20 08:15:27 2001
Your views:Message to P Muasharraf
Doodh maango tto Kheer
kashmir maango tto cheer
Wed Jun 20 10:24:28 2001
Your views:Indo-Pak Summit 2001
The approach is good. This matter is pending since independence and how this could be solved overnight.We should have a give and take policy and the submit should be with an mind. I have a feeling that PM should take into confidence all opposition parties and obtain their views. Unless we have a common stand there is no sense in this Summit.
Super Powers would never like a solution for Kashmir Issue. India,Pakistan,Bangladesh,Nepal,Afghanistan and some other Countries are not progressing at all on account of silly internal problems and different views of Political Parties. If India and Pakistan come togther, it would good to both the Countries. In both India and Pakistan corruption is at the peak. Some of Far East Countries should also be taken into confidence before the dialogue starts. In one meeting other than exchanging pleasantaries nothing is going to happen.Many Summit took place and after every Summit the enemity between the two Countries has increased. How many human lives have been lost. How much amount Indian Government had spent on Kashmir. After the summit meeting was announced, some of the Ministers have started commenting Kashmir is an Integral Part of India. There may be no doubt. Why unnecessarily the Ministers are making sch statements. They should keep their mouth shut.
Wed Jun 20 10:55:13 2001
I THINK ATALJI IS DOING THE RIGHT JOB.IF THIS SUMMIT IS DONE, WELL WE AND THE PAKS CAN LIVE FOREVER FRIENDS
Wed Jun 20 12:07:50 2001
Your views:Hi, Having invited he 'butcher of Kargil' on his 'anytime, anywhere' offer we should make sure that he is put in a tight spot. The government and media should be doing the following.
1. Actively take up the issue of POK and pressurize Pak for a deadline for its return to India.
2. Raise the issue of Pak sponsored terrorism in India. Make it in clear and understandable terms to Pak that only God alone can save his country if they do not put an end to this at the earliest.
3.The media should remind him that he is a 'traitor' having forgotten his birth place and thinking evil of his homeland ( he was born in Delhi, wasn't he? ).
4. The media should highlight the extreme poverty, sufferings, communal unrest in Pak and make strong suggestions that Pak concentrate on life for Pakis better.
4. If given an opportunity, the media men should ask pin pointed question on Musharraf's role in Kargil.
Wed Jun 20 12:20:08 2001
Your views:good luck to summit.
amongst things to talk:
1.relaxation of travel between the two countries, specially for people over 50 years of age.
2.mutual exchange of cultural, educational, scientific delegations.
3.MFN treatment between the two countries, in all matters of mutual benefits, including trade.
4.visa on arrival basis.
5. no police reporting like criminals.
Good luck to people of both countries who pray for its success.
Wed Jun 20 13:10:48 2001
Your views:Well as far as peace from Pakistan's point of view is concerned...its like calling "Weapons For Peace".
Pakistan has done nothing since its birth, but fighting.Earlier for Pakistan as a separate nation, then they had trouble with Indian muslims who migrated to Pakistan,and above all they always had trouble with their leaders.So Pakistan is one state which likes to hide its failure in economic front, education front, and everything possibly good on this earth.
Last time Mr.A.B.Vajpayee visited Pakistan by Bus and we had a Kargil and now we have Mr. General visiting India. What should we expect Nuclear War? Lets pray for the best!
Wed Jun 20 13:36:45 2001
Your views:It is hardly of any use to hold such talks. Kashmir is virtually an unsolvable issue with both the sides unwilling to take the risk of compromise on any grounds. India will not agree on giving even a single inch of land of Kashmir and Pakistan will not rest till it has taken it. further there is no guarantee that Pak will stop the Proxy war even if say the Kashmir issue is resolved. It seems that history is once again doomed to repeat itself.
Wed Jun 20 13:45:48 2001
Name:Dr Saba Ashraf Ali
Your views:I am an academician, studying the field of International Relations. I am absolutely fed up of the lethargic attitude of the world, towards matters like the Palestine issue and the Kashmir issue. Every month dozens of people are dying, suffering, crying out for their lives, yet no one is particularly concerned! Their helpless families are being thrown into endless grief. Why don't the Big Brothers in international diplomacy suggest a viable solution: that both of these places be handed over to the United Nations for a brief historical period of 10 years! What is 10 years, after all? It is a small enough period for everyone to accept without much ado. And it is a long enough period for a land's deep wounds to heal to a reasonable degree! After the pain recedes a little, everyone will be in a much better position to sit down and talk, think, act, in a sensible and cool manner! Surely we owe it to the souls of all those who have suffered and died in these places, to suggest this sensible way out? Aren't we citizens of the same world? Aren't we children of the same God? -- Dr S.A.A.
Wed Jun 20 13:49:50 2001
Your views:Out come of the summit will be fruitless
Wed Jun 20 14:01:39 2001
Your views:Pakistan is a nation a fanatics, ready to do silly things in the name of Islam. One can't expect much from such a nation, the summit will be a total failure like the ones in the past.
Wed Jun 20 14:13:38 2001
Your views:it is premature to say one way or the other on the outcome of the meet. But one thing is clear that talks must go on. at least it opens a window of opportunity, howsoever small. by not talking anyway nothing is going to be resolved. I beg to differ with hawks who do not want any dialogue. even they know within their hearts that their's is not the right approach. if we move even one inch from the currently held position this meet can be called successful.
Wed Jun 20 14:57:20 2001
Your views:Pakistan accepts the fact that Kashmir is an integral part of India, it is we who keep on saying over and over again " kashmir is an integral part of India" do we have doubt about that? Are we not sure of it? It shows our lack of self confidence. We should never raise that issue of integral part in future. With this back ground we should talk to pakistani leader, then only it can bring positive result. Pakistan must produce some evidence that it has been selected by Pak occupied Kashmiris to speak on their behalf. What if outcome is favorable to Pakistan but not welcomed by Pak occupied Kashmiris?
Wed Jun 20 15:38:58 2001
Name:D V Chitnis
Your views:No. There will not be any tangible results. In fact it will lead to more confusion and tension. Tangible results are possible only if the intelligensia of both the countries put in their best of efforts to bring in peace
Wed Jun 20 15:44:30 2001
Your views:THE LAND OF INDIA WHICH PAKISTAN ANNEXED OR OCCUPIED SHOULD BE THE MAIN CONTEXT OF SOLUTION TO THE KASMIR PROBLEM. FOR THE UNION OF INDIA & ITS PEOPLE CANNOT & SHOULD NOT SPARE NO MORE LAND ANY MORE,
AND PLS INDIAN GOVTS IF YOU CANNOT GET BACK THAT LAND, AT LEAST MAKE IT A STRONG ISSUE IN WORLD AFFAIRS JUST AS PAKISTAN MAKES TO GRAB THE REMAINING KASHMIR.
INDIAN GOVTS BEHAVE AS IF WE HV LOST NO LAND.
THE SOUGHT OUT SOLUTIONS FOR KASHMIR - INDEPENDENCE, UNITE WITH PAKISTAN OR REMAIN WITH INDIA - SHOULD BE IMPOSED ON THIS PART OF LAND.
AND FOR THE PEOPLE RESIDING IN INDIAN PART OF KASHMIR, IF THEY WISH TO BE INDEPENDENT OR WITH PAKISTAN, LET THEM LIVE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BORDER.
SIT ON THE NEGOTIATION TABLE TO PROTECT & SEEK YOUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST.
Wed Jun 20 16:31:20 2001
Your views:I don't think there would be any solution to this Kashmir problem even if talks are held million times! Only solution would be to wipe out Pakistan completely.
Wed Jun 20 16:46:01 2001
Your views:YAA, I THINK THAT IF HANDLED CAREFULLY, THIS MEETING BETWEEN THE PAK PREMIER AND INDIAN AUTHORITIES CAN PROVE TO BE OF GREAT IMPORTANCE FOR BRINGING ABOUT CONSIDERABLE CHANGES IN THE EXISTING CONDITIONS BETWEEN BOTH THE COUNTRIES.
BOTH INDIA AND PAKISTAN SHOULD KEEP IN MIND THAT IT IS ONLY THESE TWO NATIONS, WHO ARE LOSING BECAUSE OF THE EXISTING CONDITIONS.
Wed Jun 20 17:12:19 2001
Name:Ravindra Babu y
Your views:The Chief of Army of the mighty military power of Pakistan as the Head of the state is participating in the scheduled summit with the Head of a democratic Govt. of India. If both the parties having realised that peace is very essential to the subcontinent, they will find a solution to the J&K problem by agreeing to convert the LoC as the border between the countries and continue the same spirit in containing the extremism with strong will. This only will bring real peace and people of both countries will live with peace and harmony.
Wed Jun 20 18:06:04 2001
Your views:Actually India Have To Make Its Position Clear on How they Should Respond to Their Neighbour. I Felt Ashamed and Hurt Seeing a Neighbour Like Bangladesh Massacring Indian BSF Jawans and Government Did Not Even Had Any Sympathy for Our Jawan Whether They are Fighting in Kashmir or In Assam
WE ARE SAYING IN ONE VOICE WE MAY PERISH BUT WE ARE NOT READY TO GIVE ANY INCH OF OUR MOTHER LAND
Wed Jun 20 18:45:40 2001
Your views:India is a soft country. It always go for peace. This incidence shows how optimistic we are. But as in the previous cases, the hostility between these two countries will not disappear, even for hundred years. Man may come man may go but the conflict on the issue of Kashmir will not be solved as both the parties are reluctant to give up their stand on the disputed land.
Wed Jun 20 19:13:58 2001
Name:sriram r iyer
Your views:The people of Kashmir are in agony. i think they need a permanent break. i think the LoC must be accepted as the border
Wed Jun 20 19:52:33 2001
Your views:Lets hope something concrete happens. It is high time people of kashmir as well the defence personnel of both india and pakistan have peace. Lets keep our fingers crossed for the welfare of the folks of both these beautiful countries.
Wed Jun 20 20:22:58 2001
Your views:I dont think anything will happen. The pakistani dictator will come, see the the Taj Mahal, eat some Indian cusine and then dissapear back to the land of the pure and intensify their jehad against Indian.
just wait and watch.
Wed Jun 20 21:01:13 2001
Your views:this is a bullshit
Wed Jun 20 23:00:57 2001
Your views:This is all B**shit and total crap. While we talk, the Pakis send in more militants
Wed Jun 20 23:59:22 2001
Your views:I think the Indian govt. and the media are absolutely moron to persue this thinking of getting anything even remotely substantial out of Musharraf's visit. First, Karan Thapar invites this Indian criminal on his show (imagine!) and now his visit is being so publicised as if he is an angel of peace. Anyone with an iota of brain will realize that someone who is responsible for death of so many Indians should not be trusted and should be treated as a criminal in India, not a visiting dignitary.
Thu Jun 21 00:10:26 2001
Your views: India lost much of it's land mass to the outside invaders.
The present day AFGHANISTAN , PAKISTAN and BANGLADESH used to be integral parts of INDIA.
All this changed because of invasions and forceble conversions by moslems and conquests and ultimate desctruction of Hindu civilization and culture.
Moslems stole lot of fertile land by blackmail based on religion.
INDIA can no more be generous.
INDIA has to take care of 1 Billion people. INDIA is densely populated.
All of KASHMERE must be integral part of INDIA.
PAKISTAN must relinquish the occupied part of Kashmere and give it back to INDIA , where it rightfully belongs.
There were no Moslems in kashmere before Moslems invaded and forcebly converted innocent people to Islam and then ethnically cleansed Hindus out of kashmere.
The existence of pakistan is a blot on human conscience .
INDIA is noble land built on the noble ethos and humanistic principles of Hindu religion.
Thu Jun 21 00:47:24 2001
Your views:I don't expect much right away after the coming 'Agra summit'. No doubt, it's a very bold and positive step taken by our dear Atalji.
I wish someone can carry my only message to Atalji....
Someone really needs to remind Atalji that, Pervez Musharraf is the man who had refused to salute Atalji, during his Lahore-Bus-Yatra. He is the man who, at that time, had complete idea of the Kargil conflict that followed.
It's one thing to consider your neighbor as your friend/brother. But it's totally a different thing to consider 'Pakistan' as your friend/brother.
So I would really *hate* to see Vajpayeeji hugging Musharraf.
Let the meet be on a very professional level. No need to add any personal touch to the meet with a 'known hostile' state's leader.
A shake-hand in front of camera with Musharraf is quite acceptable and practical. But that's it... nothing more than that. No hugging, no patting backs!
I really think, whether our military chiefs should salute this guest!...
Does anybody else agree to my views? Please try to get this message across to the PM's office.
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