Narendra Modi’s govt. approach is very clear – it wants a lasting peace in Kashmir, and not a short term band-aid, for which army will have to be given a free hand.
The real issue is not terrorism but Pakistan. Terrorism is merely a tool used by the military industrial complex known as Pakistan to further its political, religious and economic agendas.
If Pakistan really wanted peace, it would had demolished the terror camps long back. It would had handed over Masood Azhar, Hafeez Saeed long back or could have suppressed them.
How committed certain sections of the Indian intelligentsia are to the idea of a weak India, perpetually suffering excesses without having recourse to any kind of aggressive response, became clear in the aftermath of these spectacular operations.
India has lost more soldiers in “peace” time than in actual war and our soldiers were not trained to stand by and watch your “Aman ki Asha” Tamasha. Let us allow them to do their jobs.
Should India give a second thought before trusting countries like Saudi and USA, that have the history of playing double standards?
The prime minister of the country said the soldiers’ sacrifice would not go in vain. He wanted to avenge it and he did it and proved it.