Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Sydney, Peshawar… India may not be far behind…

It was not long ago when ‘Pakistan Taliban’ was considered as a strategic asset by Rawalpindi. We don’t know whether the magnitude of recent Peshawar attack is enough to remove that blind belief. I still wonder, about the motivation behind ‘Pakistan Taliban’s’ decision to carry out such a bloody operation in such a strategically, militarily, logistically insignificant civilian asset.

Whatever be the motivations, whatever be the problems faced by Pakistan Military such brazen attacks on civilian population really demands a strong response; which literally translates to strong focus on Pakistan’s western frontiers.

By the way, India is also very much vulnerable to similar attacks. Better to stay awake then feel sorry later.
Sajeev.
PS: By the way, the school name is 'Army Public School'
 

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