- Mar 24, 2020
India was no saint during these years either. In Pak there is an Indian friendly government currently so a genuine push for a Kashmir solution could bare fruit.
The alternative is sit and watch. Pak could come out weaker great for India or stronger with a much more anti india government.
Regardless of the idea the Butcher wont go for it as elections are coming soon he will want to stir sentiment more than anything else.
Formenting insurgency in the neighbouring country in the hopes of Balkanizing it and formulating a strategy of "death by a thousand cuts" wasn't an Indian plan. India for the longest time suffered at the hands of terrorists and insurgents that were trained and pushed across by Pakistan. It is only now that there is a Govt. in India that believes in active defence and will give Pakistan a taste of its own medicine. Even then I believe India hasn't internationalized the Balochistan atrocities at the level that it should, in the way that Pakistan harps on Kashmir at every forum it can.
**** FM says of the PM of India, "The butcher of Gujarat still lives" and you expect the Indian Govt will look at the situation in Pakistan with any sympathy?
There is already movement on the Indus Water Treaty.
Lets wait and watch what happens. How Pakistan can emerge "stronger" is a mystery to me when the fundamentals are so poor. The day things improve the Pak Army will once again take the lions share of all funds and leave crumbs for other sectors to manage with.