“Let’s exchange hearts not dossiers.” The high optimism and newness of spirit that emerged from the Pakistani Home Ministry post the Home Ministerial level talks with India seems to have diminished with the conclusion of Foreign Ministerial parleys between the two countries. In the post talk’s press conference S.M. Krishna and his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi could only ascertain that their talks were “frank and honest” and terrorism was a “common concern”. Moreover, much to India’s disappointment Krishna chose to remain tight lipped over Qureshi’s “uncalled for” comment for Indian Home Secretary G.M. Pillai’s statement linking ISI to the Mumbai terror attacks. He has since castigated the Home Secretary for what he has termed as an ‘ill timed comment’, and has, in the bargain, initiated a turf war between the country’s Home and External Affairs Ministries. The vitiated vibrations and the cynicism that both the foreign ministers are exhibiting in their body language and comments is indicative of the fact
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that they have failed to identify any common ground whatsoever from where the talks can proceed further.
The two foreign ministers did meet the press but only to reiterate that the talks were part of an ongoing process and ‘quick results’ cannot be expected given the “complex” relations between the two countries. It was during the 1972 Simla Agreement, post the 1971 war, when Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and Pakistani President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto decided to “settle their differences by peaceful means through
bilateral negotiations”. Subsequently, diplomatic and trade relations were re-established between the two countries in 1976. Since then the “talks” have formed the basis of negotiating issues which have been identified (and have piled up). Unfortunately, this process of bilateral negotiations has been shelved from time to time due to the differing stances. Some bone of contention or the other has
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two countries disrupting the “peace process”. One could attribute the differences to various reasons, the different forms of governance, the different international support systems or simply the difference in interests. Currently, while India’s concerns are cross border terrorism and bringing the Mumbai perpetrators to justice, for Pakistan the interest still lies in Kashmir. Qureshi’s comment over ‘India’s inflexibility’ clearly refers to his counterpart’s reticence to include Kashmir in the discussion. Pakistan’s perceived level of seriousness also comes under a cloud due to the fact that the denouement of this set of official parleys was marked by yet another round of ceasefire violations. Pakistani troops have been consistently attacking Indian posts along the border resulting in an exchange of intermittent gunfire and avoidable casualties. As
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forward the long drawn out process of bilateral talks for “friendly co-operative relations”, the Indian army and the Border Security Force was trading gunfire with Pakistan in response to about six ceasefire violations in a single week. With the new revelations made by the accused David Coleman Headley linking ISI to the Mumbai attack and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Pakistan does not seem very pleased. Despite the talk about ascertaining the credibility of Headley’s statements and the general displeasure over the indictment of the
association of Pakistani official agencies with the terror outfits, Pakistan has promised to act on the leads given by Headley which amounts to a small albeit significant step in the right direction. India can only hope that Pakistan will look into the information provided and ‘investigations
would be pursued rigorously’. Under such circumstances, one can only wonder about the productivity of holding official parleys with Pakistan. This is the fourth time this year that high officials of both the countries have met to discuss so called important issues, terrorism being the foremost, yet there has not been much progress, especially in the investigation of the Mumbai carnage. “We have given them a whole series of data and information that we have. We have given them the names, we have given them the
descriptions, we have given them what their height is or
their complexion is. Now it’s up to them,” said the Home Secretary of India GK Pillai in comments to an Indian newspaper few days before the talks were scheduled. Pakistan knew what India would be looking for in the talks, if it had hesitation in coming forth it should not have agreed to the parley in the first case. The nexus of power structures in Pakistan is evident in its actions and reactions, and whether things have changed post the democratic regime assumed power is anybody’s guess. What can’t be ignored is Pakistan’s perpetual reluctance to act upon the hate agenda being preached within its territory. Going by the past, the veracity
of Pakistan’s promise is questionable. Every few months, dossiers are given, information exchanged and promises made ‘to bring the perpetrators to book’ but
not much has been done till date. The prime accused of the Mumbai carnage and the commander of LeT is allowed unhindered public space and media access after all the cases against him have been quashed by the Lahore High Court. May be it is time India re-looked into its policy after years of principally unyielding bilateral talks, after all, even if we do exchange hearts, someone still needs to account for the dossiers.