Pakistan never seriously cracked down militant groups that attack India

Pakistan never seriously cracked down militant groups that attack India

Pakistan never seriously cracked down militant groups that attack India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said there is panic among the terror groups on the account of decisive action taken by India across the border.

The US-based daily, "The New York Times" says though tensions have cooled down between India and Pakistan but the two countries face unpredictable consequences as long as they refuse to deal with Kashmir issue.

Proving himself to be a statesman, prime minister Imran Khan announced the release of the Indian pilot that Pakistan had captured after his plane was brought down and, in my view, facilitated the de-escalation that sane people on both sides desire and that had been the consistent endeavour of the major players of the worldwide community.

Pakistan has said it has arrested 121 individuals - not calling them terrorists - and seized control of over 400 facilities and assets owned or run by proscribed organizations, including Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), which claimed responsibility for the Pulwama attack, LeT and their fronts.

"The two countries have crossed into risky territory, with India attacking Pakistan and engaging in aerial duels".

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As the American media warn that the Kashmir dispute could lead to a nuclear conflict in South Asia, a senior United States general says terrorists continue to stoke tensions between India and Pakistan. India is taking all steps necessary for his extradition, he asserted. He said foreign ministers of China, Russia, Turkey, UAE and Jordan also played a significant role in reducing tension between the two countries. "It looks that India while following the footsteps of Israel wants to show that it can carry out any operation in any territory like latter is doing in Arab", Rabbani said in the parliament.

But India has itself hesitated to brand Pakistan as one arguing such a designation will come in the way of normalization of ties.

Prime Minister Khan has repeatedly said that Pakistan desired peace and stability in the region as it was essential for the government's efforts to pull the people out of poverty and attract investment.

To a question, he said a Pakistani delegation will visit New Delhi to sort out modalities in connection with Kartarpur Corridor. The NYT said that after India's loss of a fighter jet last week, comparing with Pakistan's whose military is about half the size of India and receives only a quarter of the amount allocated for Indian defence funding, was very telling. No one had been killed they said.

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