I am sorry. You are misrepresenting. I said you are pleading to 'stop talking about UN resolutions'. I never said that you are pleading to convert LOC to IB. Thats a mis-attribution of my comments. Hope you are clear on that.I am sorry. You are misrepresenting.
It is not I who am "pleading" to convert the LOC into a border but the proposal came from Indira Gandhi's "kitchen cabinet", D. P. Dhar, and P. N. Haksar and Indira Gandhi her self before and during the 1972 Simla Summit.
After 1949, India has never seriously attempted to merge the so-called AJK with India. Aside rhetoric from leaders, our realistic expectation is LOC to IB.India had just had a sober realization that there would be no surrender in Muxaffarabad and the people of Azad Kashmir are not going to welcome the Indian Army with garlands. India had already tried that and failed.
It is indeed difficult to talk to someone who is quite open in pushing terrorists to kill you. Killing India by a thousand cuts is what Pakistan military's agenda has been since it lost Kargil war.Stop "terrorism" first before normalizing relations
Vajpayee's famous statement to Musharraf .
India is incomplete without Pakistan.
You had the best chance with Vajpayee. His statement did not mean he wanted to merge Pakistan politically, but he meant it in cultural and historical sense.
Rhetoric has definitely toughened in the Modi regime. They thought that since earlier tactics dont seem to work to end terrorism, let us try a different method. I think some of this has in fact succeeded as it has put Pak on the backfoot. Earlier we used to be reactive, now we are more proactive.3. 2014 onwards..
What Simla Agreement?
Entire Kashmir, Aksai Chin, and Gilgit Baltistan is ours. We will bomb you..
It is a strategically wise decision to quite one border when focus needs to be on other. Pakistan also needed the quite to focus on its internal issues. So a win-win for both.So now India has agreed to a ceasefire before pondering its next moves.
Yup. We can afford lots of shiny new weapons. So lots of chillies and lemons are being ordered.It will need lots of chillies and lemons on its shiny new weapons.
In 1975-76, Mujib or his family was not in power, and the new govt was not particularly pro-India. BD was still a basket case and not an emerging regional success story. India was under emergency rule so the focus was internal rather an external.The "Nazi" style social and electronic media propaganda has gripped the mindset of the masses in a jingoistic hysteria that is never going to dissipate.Back in the 1970s India's observance of the "1000 year victory" was very low key and hardly mentioned. The 5th Anniversary of the India's intervention in Bangladesh ( December 1975 ) wasn't even celebrated in India as there was no Mujibur Rahman around to congratulate India.
The regime is likely to make stupid mistakes within India, which I am worried about too. India's external doctrine has been fairly consistent irrespective of regimes.There is a serious likelihood of India's fascist regime making a stupid mistake and military blunder.
Which is why the Bulletin of Atomic scientists lists the Doomsday clock at 100 seconds to Midnight.
Regimes have come and gone but this civilization has remained strong, since it is fairly flexible and self-correcting. Do not worry too much about us.No one is pleading. Your 5000 year civilization is likely to be destroyed very shortly because of your delusions and stupidity.
Shauk se janaab. Aapka forum, aapke rules. Its like a child running away after batting saying mera bat meri batting.I will have to report you to the mods for misrepresenting and trolling.