Situation On Pak-India Border Getting Worst For Neighboring States

Situation On Pak-India Border Getting Worst For Neighboring States.PakistanTribe.Com

Situation On Pak-India Border Getting Worst For Neighboring States.PakistanTribe.Com

NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD – The violence between the two countries comes days before U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is scheduled to attend a summit in Gujarat India, PakistanTribe received media reports.

Tension on border between both the neighboring countries in increasing every passing day which is not only security threat to Pakistan but also loss for India as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is scheduled to attend a summit in Gujarat India.

Furthermore U.S. President Barack Obama is also expected to visit India on the end of Jan 2015.

Earlier relations were normal but later spiked since India’s coast guard reported that it had intercepted a boat – suspected to have originated in Pakistan and headed for Indian shores with explosives – off India’s west coast.

Due to heavy fire of Indian BSF on civilian, Pakistan rangers have evacuated the villages located in border area in Indian firing range.

On the other side Indian officials also claimed that over 10,000 civilians living near the border have so far fled the violence, which intensified in August last year after the cancellation of planned bilateral talks between the two countries.

Whatsoever the claims of both sides are this is reality that this situation is equally worst for both countries.

Pakistan have been the alley of USA from the time of its creation but India never liked this. Recently the Indian government on Monday reacted strongly to media reports claiming that the U.S. government had signed off a certification that would allow Obama to disburse an additional $530 million in additional aid to Pakistan.


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