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    Goodwill letter sent to Pakistan by PM Modi

    India wants to have peace around and extending the olive branch of friendship to all who were hostile towards our country in the recent past and the present regime under the PM Modi has felt the need to have good and cordial relations and thus sent a goodwill letter to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. This should not be treated as India coming down from the earleir posture of having branded the enemy country as rogue country and being the breeding ground for the terror activities. Now we have to see what reciprocal messaage we get from Islamabad.
  • #726323
    These are the things that distinguish India from other countries. We are so cordial and friendly from our side and we only defend when things go beyond the limit. If terrorists do not enter India from Pakistan then India has no issue with them. Let us see their gestures now.
    Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.

  • #726337
    India is always a friendly country only. This country has never gone for a war against any country. But it fought with neighbouring countries when they come for a war with us. It is trying to defend itself and don't want to budge to pressure from other countries. They are ready to go to any extent to save the independent country and don't want to lose even an inch of their land.
    India tried many times to improve the relations with China and Pakistan also. But Pakistan is only encouraging terrorists who attack India and disturb the peace. That is the reason the bitterness increased between the two countries.
    A letter from the Prime Minister is a good courtesy and we also can expect a similar letter from their PM also. But actions should be taken to show that both the countries want peace.

    always confident

  • #726362
    It is a good gesture on the part of India to show a friendly hand to its neighboring country. So Pakistan must realize how friendship with a good country like India will help them to prosper in their growth, bring peace and security to their country. Recently somewhere I read Mr.Imran Khan expressed that he wants friendship with India and expressed positive response from Indian PM. India recently donated Covid vaccine to Pakistan on humanitarian grounds. This may brought change in the attitude of Imran Khan. Hope both our countries come together to restore peace and tension free lives at borders.

  • #726363
    India is a large mature democratic nation. This country is kept in some esteem by many other countries in the world. So our government has to behave in that way- as a mature Independent Sovereign Nation. That puts a lot of responsibility and limitations on us.

    Thus we cannot behave cheaply as any other rogue nation. Many times we have to show and shoulder responsibility. That should not be taken as weakness, but should be taken as a magnanimous leniency of an elder mature nation. It is just similar to the behaviour of a elder brother or sister towards a naughty and adamant younger sibling.

    If the elder one punishes by strong beating or pinching, then that will really hurt the little one, and even invite parents rushing in and punishing the elder one. even though the elder is right. But when the situation goes beyond all tolerance, the elder one will really hit the younger one and face the parents and convince them.

    In India our ancient wisdom advocates the 'Chaturupaya' or four approaches namely, Saama, Daana, Bheda and Danda. This government also wisely follows them in its dealings with other nations,especially the inimical or rogue nations. We have to support our government in its all true and sincere efforts.

  • #726365
    By being a matured democratic nation India did make a formidable approach for peace with neighbor but the reciprocation depends.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #726376
    The Royals of the United Arab Emirates(UAE) are presumed to have facilitated the peace program between India and Pakistan. On 26 February 2021, a statement was issued to observe the 2003 Cease-Fire Agreement after talks between Director Generals of Military Operations of both countries. The Foreign Minister of the U.A.E. visited New Delhi almost immediately after the announcement and met the Foreign Minister of India. The cease-fire agreement is presumed to be the beginning only. It is likely that the envoys of both countries are likely to be reinstated at New Delhi and Islamabad, which were withdrawn in 2019. The joint statement says that both the countries agreed to address each other's core issues. The U.A.E. is one of the countries that issued a statement welcoming the cease-fire agreement. The Indian Foreign Minister neither made any comment nor denied the reports.
    " Be Good and Do Good "

  • #726377
    To be very peaceful, I would say that both India and Pakistan should merge and become one nation. We can give a new name to that country. That is the only way that would keep the people of India and Pakistan to live in peace and harmony. All other efforts would be futile with no good results.

    Why not the politicians of India and Pakistan think of merging two countries. If done, we will be the number one superpower in the world.

    No life without Sun

  • #726383
    What the Sun expressed is right. Actually we were separated by border and not by poeple.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #726410
    Are we aware of the basis on which these two nations are stood?

    On diplomatic front this is ok but for any other reason this seems to be never possible.

  • #726419
    Across the world when separated nations united then why not India and Pakistan.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #726423
    It is only wishful thinking. Unification of these two countries is not possible. The best that can be done is to have cordial relations between the two countries. Exchange of art by inviting their artists to our country and our artists going to that country and performing. Many visitors from India to Pakistan write to say that they do not feel any discomfort. The same is the case with Pakistanis visiting India. The culture and heritage of the two countries differ slightly only. The Pakistanis are a part of our country some 75 years back. The differences may be political but the people may mingle easily.
    " Be Good and Do Good "

  • #726424
    Mohan sir, I think India wants to be friendship with Pakisthan by conveying the well-wishes of Imran khan for speed recovery from his health problem. I think it is a good change on behalf of India to tight the strong relations between these two countries.
    I believe in a positive attitude. I like those who criticize me.

  • #726436
    Before 1947, we were together, and destiny played its roll to get separated after the British rule. It was the mistake of then egoistic politicians like Nehru and Jinnah with Mahatma gandhi that our nation got divided. Now we can think of rewriting the history by unification of India and Pakistan, and back to the normal that existed before 1947. Anything is possible if there is a will to do it. I am sure, the people of India and Pakistan would welcome it, but not the politicians.
    No life without Sun

  • #726445
    This could be a, what we are now calling "Vaccine Diplomacy", COVID vaccines are not like 1 time thing, I believe that one who have taken Covid vaccine this year will be suggested to take it again in 2022, in the name of mutated virus, and which I believe is the right step. Countries like Pakistan know that they need to satisfy their people need for the Jab, and will like to have good relations with India, as from our side they can get cheep vaccines, even in terms of Logistics. Plus the Indian politics is now more inclined towards encouragement from China side than Pakistan, so in long term we might pressure Pakistan diplomatic wise if we try some advance methodology towards China.

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