Tell Pakistan to stop exporting terror to India: BJP tells China

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    Tell Pakistan to stop exporting terror to India: BJP tells China http://www.sify.com/news/tell-pakis...lls-china-news-international-lbvskuceibe.html


    Beijing, Jan 21 (IANS) China has an influence over Pakistan and the BJP expects Beijing to put pressure on Islamabad to stop exporting terror to India and to act against the perpetrators of the Mumbai attack, Nitin Gadkari, the chief of India's main opposition party, told Chinese leaders here Friday.

    Gadkari, who is the first Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president to visit China, conveyed to the Chinese leaders his party's serious concern over Pakistan-sponsored cross-border terrorism and told them that there was strong public opinion in India against Beijing's development projects in in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

    Gadkari, in his wide-ranging talks with leaders of the Communist Party of China, also told them that Beijing's reported attempts to block Pakistan-based terrorist outfits like Jamaat-ud-Dawah from being black-listed by the UN was having an adverse impact on the BJP's efforts to improve people-to-people contacts between the two countries, a statement said.

    The BJP president is on a five-day goodwill visit to China along with a delegation of senior party leaders. He held discussions with Ai Ping, the Chinese vice-minister in the international department of the Communist Party of China, and also met Li Changchun, a senior leader of the nine-member Standing Committee of the political Bureau of the CPC.

    Gadkari told the Chinese leadership that terrorism was a common concern for mankind.

    'Terrorism does not recognize any boundaries and there are very strong growing inter-linkages amongst terror groups,' Gadkari said, and hoped that both India and China would work closely with the international community to strengthen the global framework against terrorism.

    To Gadkari's urging China to use its good offices with Pakistan to pressure it to stop exporting terror to India and act against the perpetrators of all acts of terrorism on Indian soil, including those behind the Mumbai attack, the Chinese leaders shared the BJP leader's concern.

    The Chinese leaders said Beijing 'understands the importance of all the issues raised by the BJP president'.

    Gadkari also took up with the Chinese leaders the issue of stapled visas for the people of Arunanchal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir and conveyed his party's strong position on the issue. He hoped Beijing would resolve the matter at the earliest as it was damaging China's image among the Indian people.

    Gadkari also took up China's military assistance and the supply of nuclear reactors to Pakistan and said these did not augur well for strengthening bilateral relations between India and China.

    The BJP chief told the Chinese leaders that the party believes that the festering boundary issue should be resolved through peaceful negotiations and in a fair, reasonable, mutually acceptable and pro-active manner.

    The BJP delegation includes two general secretaries, Thawarchand Gehlot and Vijay Goel, joint-organizing secretary, Saudan Singh, and secretaries Arti Mehra and Laxman Kova, Vinay Sahasrabudhe and Vijay Jolly.
     
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    Can some Chinese here enlighten me as to why china does not want to ban an internationally known and recognized terrorist outfit, worse yet is holding up the process for the international community? rest of the world agrees , seems like only china does not- why?
     
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    Just like they do not attempt to sanction or chide their brethren in Chosen People's republic, or their refusal to condemn Sudanese for the genocide in Darfur, or their continued support to some of the worst despots in Asia and Africa. Just like the west continued to support equally tyranical regimes for their benefit. Just like India is supportive of Myanmar.

    It all boils down to strategic interests. It's not in China's interest to ruffle Pakistani feathers by proscribing their army of the faithful.
     
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    u cant expect others to think the same way as u do. to say the least, the US as the leader of the intl community is the top patron for PK as an important ally in fighting terrorism.

    what's the stance of GoI on Sudan/Darfur?
     
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    I have a more fundamental question? Why is the phrase "Pakistan Occupied Kashmir" changed to ***** in the article above, on Indian defence forum? Or did the thread starter copy-paste this from a Paki forum?
     
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    I copied it when I came across it on a forum, where is the change what line- was not intentional.

    Update: changed it. thanks for that catch. I read the original article( news piece) and copied the wrong one( edited one)
     
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