On one side Pakistan's military is violating ceasefire almost everyday & on the other hand its P.M. is talking of peace. Everyday I wake up I pick up my newspaper & find atleast one news of ceasefire violation (if casualty is less, you will find news on the "SHORT TAKES" column on the leftmost side of your "The Hindu" edition whereas if casualties are severe then with a Jawan holding a Gun you will find the news on the front page, discussions on which continue for further 2-3 days & that's all). I just loose my temper reading all that news. Just think about the families of jawans posted in such sensitive areas. And then our P.M. comes in these jawans's aid saying that "We will not resist terrorism & such ceasefire violations" but that is another speech prepared by P.M.O. for him to deliver for the nation as its "duty". Few days back when Pak's P.M. gave his first public speech since his party coming to power in June ,even he didn't talk about any strategy to counter terrorism which was not a good sign for India. Additionally just think about this for a moment- U.S. President cancelled his talks with his Russian counterpart just because latter gave a temporary asylum to a person who just leaked former country's "classified documents" so then what do you think about the talks between our P.M. & his Pak's counterpart to be held next month keeping in mind 5 very precious lost lives? I still remember how terrorism attacks by Pak's militants in Atal Bihari Vajpayee's rule attracted a very firm stand by Vajpayee ji. Adding "aar paar ki ladai" in his statement totally shocked the whole world fearing another Indo-Pak war. Don't you think they will take us for granted if we don't take a firm stand now? How can our P.M. be shaking hands with his Pak's counterpart if latter keeps denying former military's nation disturbing actions.
I want all of you to think very honestly & reply your suggestions which would be appropriate to maintain peace without taking our stand granted.