Indo-Pakistani relations are grounded in the political, geographic, cultural, and economic links between the Republic of India and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan the two largest countries of South Asia. The two countries share much of their common geographic location, but differ starkly in religious demographics. India is a secular country with Hindu majority at about 80% of the total population and Muslims being the largest religious minority with about 13% of the population. Pakistan, on the other hand, is an Islamic country with 97% population being Muslim, and only about 1.8% Hindus. Diplomatic relations between the two are defined by the history of the violent partition of British India into these two states, and numerous military conflicts and territorial disputes thereafter.
Some of the contemporary issues mentioned below get you thinking whether or not the long hatred between India-Pakistan will ever fade out.
Abu-Jindal in the making of 26/11
Abu Jindal, is from the Beed district in Maharashtra, and studied at the Indian Technical Institute. He worked for a while as an insurance agent. Then the communal riots in Gujarat in 2002 turned him into a jihadi. He was originally a member of the Indian Mujahideen (IM), an Indian terror group, and was close to its founder, Riyaz Bhatkal. He was recruited by the terror group Students Islamic Movement of India or SIMI. A few years later, he was in Poonch in Jammu and Kashmir when he entered the ranks of the Lashkar-e-Taiba
Supposedly, Abu-Jindal an Indian national, holding a Pakistani passport and two Pakistani identity cards got arrested for handling the 26/11 attacks on June 21st. He was sent to Saudi Arabia by the Lashkar-e-Taiba to gather funds for a major operation that the terrorist group planned to execute in a year’s time.
Abu Hamza is currently in a Delhi jail in the