The continuous bad feeling between India and Pakistan has resulted in Pakistan’s latest plans of terrorists’ attacks on India. This continued cold war shows the ultimate culmination of rage of Pakistan against India.
The relations between Pakistan and India have been subject to many strains by numerous political dilemmas in history and currently as well. Recent Modi’s visit to Pakistan has given it a new twist as Modi jetted around the world, with no movement on the dialogue process with Pakistan and Nepal, the promise of Modi’s initial outreach to SAARC nations through the symbolism of inviting them for his swearing-in ceremony in June 2014, looked as if it had faded. With Modi’s surprise stopover in Lahore, it is enjoying a winter revival.
The visit came more than two weeks after Modi and Sharif had an unscheduled meeting at climate change talks in Paris. The agenda of the meeting is not known but the two leaders discussed major issues which have rocked ties between the two countries. It sends positive message that India is committed to have good relations with neighbors’ and always willing to go extra mile to achieve it.
The relations between India and Pakistan have witnessed some positive developments after chill for several months. The two countries recently decided to launch a comprehensive dialogue after Modi-Sharif meet in Paris.
The flip flop between the two nations on fixing the dates for dialogues continues. A ray of hope under the dynamic leadership of Modi ji has surfaced.
Stop over at Lahore by PM Narendra Modi to personally extend birthday greetings to his counterpart is an exceptional magnanimous gesture.