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Bigger Kargil After the Indo-Pak summit -- Part V

Day Three, Breakfast and  Breakdown

Last modified on July 17, 2001, 00:20 Hrs. IST.

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Pakistan withdrew troops from Kargil at my insistence -- Bill Clinton - July 12, 2001
Day One of the Indo-Pak Summit  -- The Green Carpet Welcome at Rajghat - July 14, 2001.
Day Two, Round One of the Indo-Pak Summit  -- Just Talk and Walk in Agra - July 15, 2001.
Day Two, Round Two of the Indo-Pak Summit  -- Now or Never Situation -- July 15, 2001 23:00 Hrs IST

In the morning breakfast session with Editors,  Pervez talked about the only issue "Kashmir", "Kashmir" and "only Kashmir".  But still the talks went on and on till late night.

Pervez finally left for Islamabad without signing the joint Indo-Pak declaration.   The Indo-Pak Summit has totally failed.  It was going to fail. In future also it will fail and will keep on failing till the "Islamic Jihadi Terrorist" elements exists on the planet earth.

In past 4 days about 70 people have died on the borders, out of which at least 14 were security personnel .   One security personnel is more than 1000 civilians. Oh!! near-dead sleeping Kumbhakarnic  Indians,  keep sleeping at nights and keep on hatching eggs on your chairs whenever you are awake.  But do not arise.....

Nirupama Rao, Spokesperson, Ministry of External Affairs, at 00:20 Hrs. July 17 2001,  said with a  "disappointment"  that "the journey started well",   but when it will end or will it still go on.  She further said that on "July 17 at 10:00 Hrs. a  press conference will he held".  Media had also said earlier that summit  started at a positive note. But it was never positive.  Not only the talks, but most of the media also failed to analyze. 

No more summits will succeed, but they may go on for Tea, Coffee etc..  Israel also keeps on having summits with the Palestinians, but gives a "bigger tit for smaller tat".   India should now apply the strategy of Israel.  

If not Pakistan and Afghanistan, Indian Government should start the process of taking back Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.   India needs to plan and finish the Jihadis, in and outside the country. Enough is enough.......

Pakistan withdrew troops from Kargil at my insistence -- Bill Clinton - July 12, 2001
Day One of the Indo-Pak Summit  -- The Green Carpet Welcome at Rajghat - July 14, 2001.
Day Two, Round One of the Indo-Pak Summit  -- Just Talk and Walk in Agra - July 15, 2001.
Day Two, Round Two of the Indo-Pak Summit  -- Now or Never Situation -- July 15, 2001 23:00 Hrs IST

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