Having to deal with enemies across the border is a tough job, but to deal with those hidden in your own rank and file is the toughest job indeed.
Need is not just a clear-cut Kashmir policy by the government, but a well-informed public who remain privy to limited understanding of Kashmir and the conflict therein.
Not only the government of India but even IAS Association also need to take cognizance of his statements and behaviour as an officer of India’s prestigious service.
Neither war nor peaceful talks is going to work. Today’s era demands proxy-war and strategic moves.
Why Modi is unacceptable to liberal lobby is because he is putting all the efforts to gift us our Swaraj by his Suraaj while Nehru gave us Raj.
Read how the right wing of India has succeeded in presenting the ‘right’ view to the people of India, as far as the Kashmir affairs are concerned.
The Army will continue to kill the enemies of the state, but the question occurs: what we need to do to stop militancy from the roots.