Essay On Terrorism In Pakistan

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3.1__ THE ISSUE OF TERRORISM: Terrorism remains the core concern in the relationship with Pakistan has been repeatedly raised with Pakistan, including at the highest level, where by India has consistently urged Pakistan to fulfill its repeated assurance given to us not to allow the territory under its control to be used for supporting terrorism directed against us or for any other anti- Indian activity. In past couple of decades, the issue of terrorism has assumed greater significance in defining relations between India and Pakistan. Various terrorist attacks have been carried on the Indian soil by the Pakistani sponsored Jihadi groups. These attacks have increased the feelings of distrust between the two countries. India’s concern for cross border terrorism and Pakistan’s constant denial…show more content…
The meeting discussed a 21 point document, which also included discussions on counter terrorism measures especially progress in the Mumbai attacks trial in Pakistan. Also in September 2012, India’s External Foreign Affairs Minister- Mr. S.M. Krishna visited Pakistan and further reaffirmed the resolve of both the countries to establish peaceful dialogue process. Mumbai attack was a planned operation and was carried out by the trained gunmen. This operation has the fingerprints of a paramilitary-intelligence operation. The Mumbai terrorists used the same tactics that Chechen field militants employed in the Northern Caucasus attacks where entire towns were terrorized, with homes and hospitals seized. So, in the same way the whole area was terrorized by a planned workout. Large numbers of attacks were carried at different places within the minute’s time. Major attacks took place in the Mumbai’s two luxury hotels which are Hotel Oberoi and Hotel Taj Mahal Palace, which is a great tourist hub within the proximity of gate way of India. Large number of people were killed which included 150 Indians and near about 20 foreigners. Deccan Mujahedeen- an
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