US Senator. JohnKerry urges resumption of Pakistan-India talks: Crisis caused by misunderstanding


US Senator. JohnKerry urges resumption of Pakistan-India talks: Crisis caused by misunderstanding

While reading Dawn Newspaper today I caught up with news in which US Senator John Kerry urging India for the resumption of Pakistan-India talks: Crisis caused by misunderstanding. It comes as no surprise as we already know that most of time USA choose to play double standard policy when it’s come to war on terrorism.

Mr. John Kerry let me be very clear with you that this crisis is not created by miscommunication or misunderstanding, but because of Pakistan only talk, talk and no action attitude. We have clearly communicated to Pakistan just after Mumbai attack what we want from them, what we expect from them in this moment of atrocity. We have been very clear in our communication so there is no question of misunderstanding.

All methods of proper communication have been played properly and in very precise way to communicate Pakistan Government from diplomatic to media channels. If Pakistan can’t understand its obligations and responsibility towards world then it’s her problem not India’s. We need action not just word. So it would be better for you if you can communicate your Pakistani counterparts again in a polite way, because from Rice to Gordon Brown has done their job but Pakistan is still acting like a spoiled child and if its continues with this attitude then we know the better way to communicate with them and make them understand our language.

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2 Comments

  1. It is rather inept of India and it’s politicians that they need validations from the U.S. and U.K. as to how to respond to this crisis. It makes us appear weak and without any resolve, maybe that is the reality. To all the Indians: I urge you to rise up .

    Jai Hind

  2. @Sam

    Thanks for visit and sharing your thoughts with us, yes you are right because of these weak leaders our strong nation has become a softtarget for these terrorist.


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