Geeta, said to be the lost Indian daughter about 14 years back, has come back from Pakistan. It is said to be gesture by the Pakistan Government with hope of the release of 459 prisoners of Pakistan in reciprocation. It is true that the partition in 1947 was carried out on political whims and the theory of two religions two nations could not succeed eventually and Pakistan lost its east wing in 1971. Geeta came back to her birth land. It is something not possible to ascertain before matching of DNA whether Geeta is an Indian truly. The natives of India and Pakistan have same roots. Simply, Pakistan can not be believed upon so easily because of its past record. Anyway, we need to keep our emotions and brain together. If the people of Pakistan really wish for more cultural exchanges, they must reconsider about the unification of both countries by putting off the whims of their government, ISI, army and other terrorists. The majority of Indians may welcome on the same line as West Germany and East Gernmany got unified.

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  • Re: Indo Pak Relationship

    by » 7 years ago


    I do not agree that majority of Indians want unification of India and Pakistan. Besides religion differences their are cultural differences also between the two. Also Pakistan acts as a buffer between an unstable Afghanistan and India. Geeta was not a prisoner in Pakistan. Therefore there is no question of exchange of prisoners. Just as we think low of Pakistanis they do so about us. The formation of Pakistan was a well thought out strategy by its supporters and was not on a political whim. It will be a long time before both can have good cultural and political relations. Issue of Kashmir is not easy to resolve.


    Thank you said by: Vinod Kumar Gulati

  • Re: Indo Pak Relationship

    by » 7 years ago


    Yes, Geeta was not a prisoner in Pakistan. Geeta was taken care of by Edhi foundation during her  stay in Pakistan. Though the the High commissioner of Pakistan in India requested the release of Pakistani  prisoners in India, India is yet to reply


  • Re: Indo Pak Relationship

    by » 7 years ago


    rambabu wrote:

    Yes, Geeta was not a prisoner in Pakistan. Geeta was taken care of by Edhi foundation during her  stay in Pakistan. Though the the High commissioner of Pakistan in India requested the release of Pakistani  prisoners in India, India is yet to reply.

    What is our relation with Pakistan, but we must be say thanks to Pakistan for this deed. Pakistani peoples are not bad but its government is not fair.

     


  • Re: Indo Pak Relationship

    by » 7 years ago


    vijay wrote:

    I do not agree that majority of Indians want unification of India and Pakistan. Besides religion differences their are cultural differences also between the two. Also Pakistan acts as a buffer between an unstable Afghanistan and India. Geeta was not a prisoner in Pakistan. Therefore there is no question of exchange of prisoners. Just as we think low of Pakistanis they do so about us. The formation of Pakistan was a well thought out strategy by its supporters and was not on a political whim. It will be a long time before both can have good cultural and political relations. Issue of Kashmir is not easy to resolve.

    It may be right that majority of Indian don't want unification but many Indian wants it. It is not right that their are culture difference. Pakistan have two principal states, Sindh and Punjab. Laks of peoples migrate from Sindh and Punjab at the time particiation. Culture and language of these peoples are alike peoples of Punjab (Pakistan) and Sindh.

     


  • Re: Indo Pak Relationship

    by » 7 years ago


    There can be no unification  of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh unless the cause tat led to partitionofundivided India is removed. Secularism as a way of life must be acceptedby all concerned.  Theocratic state- Islamic or HinduRashtra- have to be given a decent burial.   


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  • Re: Indo Pak Relationship

    by » 7 years ago


    The concept of Hindu Rashtra has gained momentum now. Earlier during the regime of Congress both the countries had strained relations. There can never be unification of India and Pakistan.

     


  • Re: Indo Pak Relationship

    by » 7 years ago


    rambabu wrote:

    The concept of Hindu Rashtra has gained momentum now. Earlier during the regime of Congress both the countries had strained relations. There can never be unification of India and Pakistan.

    Islamic state is notcompatible with secularism. Similarly Hindu Rashtra. Islamic and Hindustate are just antagonistic.  There appears no scope for unification in near future. Possibly in distant future, may be one hundred years later, this could materialize. future generations may be wiser. 


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  • Re: Indo Pak Relationship

    by » 7 years ago


    rambabu wrote:

    The concept of Hindu Rashtra has gained momentum now. Earlier during the regime of Congress both the countries had strained relations. There can never be unification of India and Pakistan.

    Relation with Pakistan had strained and is strained. It is not because of peoples of both countries, it is because of army and some fanatical groups of Pakistan. Unification is hard but not impossible. Future is uncertain. POK and Sindh have spark of unification.

     

     


  • Re: Indo Pak Relationship

    by » 7 years ago


    I just noticed that the thread is created by Vinod Gulati, advocate. Just yesterday, I had communication with him on Facebook. I mentioned about Boddunan. I am happy he hasjoined this site. I am sure that the site will be enriched with his entry.

    Welocme Gulati. 


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  • Re: Indo Pak Relationship

    by » 7 years ago


    Sir, will you please ask Mr. Gulati to come to the forum after he has posted his post and express his opinions too. It further enriches the discussion. Sorry for taking liberty.


    Thank you said by: Vinod Kumar Gulati

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