Save Pakistan to save India
Analytically, it is useful to look at Tuesday’s murderous terror attack on Sri Lankan cricketers near the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore in broad ways. First, the players were attacked attack because, the jihadi elements in Pakistan seem to have close proximity with the Sri Lankan LTTLE, who are now fighting a loosing battle against the paramilitary forces. Of late, it’s known that large arms and ammunitions of Sri Lankan Army come from Pakistan. Sympathetically, the terrorists have taken this opportunity to put full stop in Pakistan’ foreign relations with the Sri Lanka government. Second, the terrorist target of a visiting cricket team was basically intended to destroy the confidence of weak civilian rulers in Islamabad and to proclaim to the world that the State in Pakistan has indeed has fallen into the hands of the jihadi elements since the Swat peace dea.
The civilian government in Pakistan remained in constant denial mode of its terrorist camps and provided a save passes to the militant outfits in its soil for decades. Its unwillingness to fight against militants who without any restraint continue to function has actually created its own monster and now eating away Pakistan bit by bit. Will Pakistan learn anything out of this deadly terror attack or will it blame India for what has happened in Lahore? What has happened after the powerful suicide attack at Marriot Hotel in Islamabad?
As Pakistan continues to remain in chaotic situation, the big political rift between President Zardari and opposition leader Nawaz Sharif is a moral boost to the militant outfits operating in its soil. The peace deal and its subsequent implementation of Sharia Laws in the Swat Valley should be observed as the resurrection of Talibans. A strong and stable Pakistan government is a must-must in the fight against terror. And this could be possible, only if the two political parties – Pakistan People’s Party and Pakistan Muslim League join hands together to form a stable and powerful government in Islamabad. If it fails, Pakistan will complete fall into the hands of the Army which is equally dangerous. For peace with Pakistan, India’s must extent its help to Pakistan to restore its democracy, despite the differences that exist over the Kashmir issue. Without which, India cannot expect Pakistan to eliminate the terrorist elements from its soil. If Pakistan remains in fear, so will India.
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