Pakistan has escalated not India

Targeting Indian military installations is a major escalation by Pakistan, unless Pakistan considers terrorist training camps on its territory an integral part of its military, which it must, given the great lengths it goes to protect & nurture them more  

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Pakistan has an unofficial army i.e. terrorists and an official army. It will rarely expose its official army to any risk of harm. The unofficial army is cheap and easy to disown publicly. But now this fact is well exposed by their retaliation to IAF attack on terrorist base camp.

First of all we should never believe anything that Pakistan says or puts down in writing. It will only be a temporary pause. Next is we should stop all trade, visa etc until we are able to verify that they have dismantled all terrorist activity in a permanent manner. more  
Terrorism may be considered as a wing of Pakistan's defense,hence they are active in association with ISI. more  
The Pakistan Air Force is not capable of attacking the Indian Military Installations as our defence forces are more alert and courageous. They only planned to get some advantage to capture any of our brave man so as to show that they are clever. However our forces retaliated and of course in the process one of our valorous and senior pilot was held by them unfortunately. Let us hope that we win without loss of any of our Defence people and avenge the terrorist attack in killing 40 of our Brave soldiers . God bless our Military and our Jawans. Jai Jawan and Jai Hind. Vande Matharam. more  
Yes, dialogue is a must between two nations but I apprehend Pakistan will never honour the agreements as it did in the past. So Pakistan instead esclating the issue must weed out the terriorists hiding out in the border and dismantle all their establishments therein and also ban their base organisations forthwith to bring in peace. But past experience speaks that the government and the army act in connivance with these terrorists organisations Now the time has come neither the Pakistan elected government nor the army is able to exercise control over them. more  
Dialogue at high level should take place immediately to bring down tensions along the LOC. more  
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