Peace process between two nations in jeopardy, feel UT residents
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With tensions between India and Pakistan after the recent killings of Indian soldiers near LOC heightened, Vidur Sharma talks to youngsters in the city to know their views on how peace could be established between the two nations
The situation will become worse if our leaders do not take appropriate steps for it. Sending back players from Pakistan will only make the relations worse. Politics should not enter sports and there should be free exchange of athletes between the two countries. An investigation should be initiated into the incident and the guilty punished.
There can be no peace amongst the two nations. We are doing out bit but our counterparts are not making an effort for it. There is a need for bringing about some changes in the policies that we adopt while dealing with Pakistan.
We, the people of India, want peace and Pakistan should also take a step forward for it. War is not in favour of either of the two nations. There is a need for cordial relations between the two countries.
India should take strict action against these type of attacks and a strong message should be sent to Pakistan that we will not tolerate such attacks.
There could be no peace between the two nations till the politicians on both sides do not stop giving hateful and hurtful speeches against each other. People on both sides, in India and pakistan, all want peace. However, there always are roadblocks in the process due to vested interests.
While India wants peace, the same is not being reciprocated by Pakistan. Instead the Indian soldiers are being attacked. The peace process does not seem to be moving forward. India should increase monitoring on border areas and security persons should be made more vigilant.