View: PM Narendra Modi Has Made Pakistan Pay More For Terrorism


India and Pakistan have ratcheted up offensive rhetoric following the terror attack on the Sunjuwan army camp in Jammu, actuating nervous appeals for dialogue and peace from many including Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti.

From NDA government’s Left-wing economics to its Hindu Right-wing politics, there is a lot worth criticizing but, in all fairness, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, contrary to his pre-election bluster on Pakistan, did start off from a reconciliatory position. Exercising the advantage of his massive mandate, he attempted to establish friendly relations with his counterpart Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is now ousted.

For the first time since 2012, India and Pakistan resumed foreign secretary level talks in 2015, which were followed by Prime Ministerial diplomatic talks in Ufa. The initial bonhomie between India and Pakistan began dissipating after the terror strikes, first on Gurdaspur police station in July 2015 and later on Pathankot Air Force base in January 2016. Read More…

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