Reign of Ter­ror

India Today - - MAIL -

Pak­istan wants to keep cre­at­ing dis­tur­bances on In­dian soil to di­vert its peo­ple’s at­ten­tion from Pak­istan’s fail­ure as a state (“Ji­had Re­turns to the Val­ley”, Oc­to­ber 21). In­dia will have to take a tough stand against our re­cal­ci­trant neigh­bour to foil its at­tempts to push in­fil­tra­tion of ter­ror­ists. Ter­ror­ists who have al­ready sneaked into our ter­ri­tory must be dealt with strictly to en­sure that peace in the val­ley and else­where is not dis­turbed. V. K. TAN­GRI, Dehradun On Septem­ber 26, the twin fi­day­een at­tack on a po­lice sta­tion and an army camp in Kash­mir killed 10 peo­ple. Such sud­den at­tacks along the Line of Con­trol could not have taken place with­out the in­volve­ment of the Pak­istan Army. De­spite the peace talks held at var­i­ous level with Pak­istan in the past, In­dia has not achieved any­thing ex­cept the loss of in­no­cent lives and lives of its army men. Our stand against Pak­istan has re­mained soft, and there­fore, In­dia is suf­fer­ing. The Gov­ern­ment must take strict ac­tion. R. D. DESH­PANDE, Ban­ga­lore

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