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New Pattern: Indian Extremists Strike Before Every Peace Move With Pakistan

On 17 Feb. 2007, one day before Pakistan foreign minister arrived in India, Indian intelligence officers & Hindu terrorists burned alive 59 Pakistani peace visitors touring India

A nexus of Indian government, military, intelligence and Hindu extremist and terror groups is violently opposed to peace in Pakistan and Kashmir

Time to expose the pr-war camp within the Indian establishment that is behind meddling in Afghanistan and increasing tensions with Pakistan, China, Nepal and almost every nation neighboring India

NEW DELHI, India-This is not the first time that Indian extremists have sabotaged crucial peace talks with Pakistan.

On 19 February 2007, one day before Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Kasuri landed in New Delhi for peace talks, a bomb exploded aboard Samjota Express, or the friendship train launched as a peace gesture. Fifty nine Pakistani visitors to India were burned alive. Cynically, the Indian government accused ISI and Kashmiri freedom fighters but it turned out later that serving Indian Military Intelligence Officers and members of a Hindu terror group were involved. The Indian officers were arrested for a trial but a gradual blackout was slapped on the investigations.

It was the clearest evidence to date proving the existence of a pro-war camp in New Delhi that springs into action whenever anyone in the Indian government decides to discuss Kashmir with Pakistan.

It is almost if there is an undeclared gag on Indian politicians warning them of consequences if they dare try to resolve disputes with Pakistan.

Unfortunately, the American and British media and politicians continue to turn a blind eye to the existence of extremists in New Delhi.

The same Indian pro-war camp sprung into action on 15 July 2010. And its latest victim was Indian’s own foreign minister S. M. Krishna.

Mr. Krishna realizes the bitter truth: His government, or influential elements within it, pulled his leg as he landed in Islamabad for crucial peace talks with Pakistan.

A bitter Mr. Krishna accused his own government’s interior secretary G. K. Pillai of sabotaging Krishna’s visit to Pakistan.

Pillai “would have been wiser” if he had not made his damaging statement, said Krishna in a television interview with CNN-IBN on Wednesday.

Mr. Pillai, of course, acted on behalf of all the extremists in New Delhi in scuttling the talks.

This political tussle in New Delhi was as intense as the melodramatic Indian movies.

As Mr. Krishna’s plane touches down in Islamabad on 15 July, 2010, Mr. Pillai in New Delhi issued a statement claiming Pakistani government and ISI were directly involved in Mumbai attacks.

This statement ties Mr. Krishna’s hands and poisons the expected talks before they even begin.

Could anything be more dramatic than this?

Krishna told CNN-IBN’s Editor-in-Chief Rajdeep Sardesi that the Indian home secretary was almost responsible for destroying the talks with Pakistan.

“Well, in hindsight, I think Pillai could have waited till I came back to issue a statement. Perhaps it would have been wiser if that statement had not been made just on the eve of my visit,” said Krishna.

But the real question that Mr. Krishna avoided discussing in public, possibly because it is damaging to India, is this: Who within the Indian government planned to sabotage talks with Pakistan?

Someone brave in the Indian media will have to step up and expose the pro-war camp within the Indian government, military, intelligence and Hindu extremist and terror groups. This pro-war Indian camp is violently opposed to peace in Pakistan and Kashmir.

Pakistani government officials, the military, and the Pakistani civil society have to step up and draw the world’s attention to the terrorists in New Delhi who burned 59 Pakistanis alive one day before Pakistani foreign minister landed in New Delhi on 19 Feb.

It is not Mumbai attacks of 2008 but the Samjota Express attack of 2007 that hold the key to exposing who is stalling efforts to resolve Kashmir and other disputes between Pakistan and India.


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