Pak-India trust deficit: Kasuri


Express April 16, 2010

LAHORE:

Top Indian and Pakistani diplomats gathered in Lahore for talks, vowing to bring both countries back on the track to peace.


The elite group of former officials included the likes of Jaswant Singh, Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri, and Abdul Sattar in an informal meeting. The group discussed the Mumbai attacks, and it's repercussions on Indo-Pak ties, pledging to meet atleast once a year.


Kasuri said that as soon as both countries come close to clinching a peace deal, forces from both sides of the border begin working on nefarious designs to unhinge it.


It's the trust deficit, Kasuri added, that is the biggest obstacle between the two countries.

COMMENTS (1)

Syed A. Mateen | 11 years ago | Reply The trust is between the two parties. If India cannot trust Pakistan, how come Pakistan can trust on India? One can only clap with two hands.
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