India is Fighting Against Terrorists, Not Pakistani Citizens or Army

On 27 February, Pakistani and Indian warplanes clashed over the disputed region of Kashmir. Speaking to Sputnik, Amrita Dhillon, an Indian foreign affairs analyst, shared her views on the incident and emphasised the need for New Delhi and Islamabad to jointly thwart Islamist terrorist elements.

“India has always wanted peace, and terror outfits are the biggest irritants in peace,” Amrita Dhillon, a foreign affairs analyst and founding editor of the New Delhi-based Kootneeti magazine, told Sputnik.

“If this is a Naya Pakistan [New Pakistan] as Prime Minister Imran Khan says then he needs to show this to the world by joining hands with India on its war against terrorism”. Read More

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