No real need for that, saar.
This creep is no friend of India and he never was. He's strictly bad news.
That is a favorite punchline with the Pakis. If they don't have water, blame it on India, we want kashmir, if they don't have electricity, blame it on India,we want kashmir. It's like the experiment with monkeys, they don't know why they want Kashmir but they know they have to have it. Successive generations of Pakis exploit it to fool their own ilk and rise to power. But they also know their wet dream is just that, a wet dream, never to get fulfilled.
The Pakis are like a virulent breed of tumor and that's why the abscission was done to them. But what irks me is the mentality of GOI to not treat the Pakis as a separate entity, somehow Pakis are an exception. If some other country would even dare to do 10% of what the Pakis have done, I am sure, they would face massive retaliation. But why this dilemma in considering Pakis as a separate entity. If it is like this, the hand would shiver while pulling the trigger at the Pakis when the time comes. India needs to cut herself off from the Paki influence. Let's ignore them and let them cry, howl, beg whatever they do, while India grows. Yes they would try to get attention through terrorism but all efforts should be channeled towards neutralizing such threats. Let the Pakis be a separate entity and then when they really try to cross the line, let them meet the same fate as any other rogue would meet and be treated by the same standard! Its difficult though considering the shared past, but not impossible, let not emotions drive the foreign policy towards the Pakis but cold, hard facts/evidence and a cool frame of mind. We can't afford to stay in contact with the tumor spreading contagion all around that we once pledged to remove.