A Pakistani policeman stands guard at Lahore railway station, near a train travelling to India, on February 25, 2019. The vast majority of Indians and Pakistanis do not want war or bad relations. Photo: AFP A Pakistani policeman stands guard at Lahore railway station, near a train travelling to India, on February 25, 2019. The vast majority of Indians and Pakistanis do not want war or bad relations. Photo: AFP
A Pakistani policeman stands guard at Lahore railway station, near a train travelling to India, on February 25, 2019. The vast majority of Indians and Pakistanis do not want war or bad relations. Photo: AFP

Letters | For peace with India, Pakistan must rid itself of the rogue elements in its state

  • The Indian air strikes were a response to the murder of Indian nationals on Indian soil by a terrorist group. It’s Islamabad that must act to cut support for the militant Jaish-e-Mohammed

Topic |   Kashmir
A Pakistani policeman stands guard at Lahore railway station, near a train travelling to India, on February 25, 2019. The vast majority of Indians and Pakistanis do not want war or bad relations. Photo: AFP A Pakistani policeman stands guard at Lahore railway station, near a train travelling to India, on February 25, 2019. The vast majority of Indians and Pakistanis do not want war or bad relations. Photo: AFP
A Pakistani policeman stands guard at Lahore railway station, near a train travelling to India, on February 25, 2019. The vast majority of Indians and Pakistanis do not want war or bad relations. Photo: AFP
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