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Republic of India is involved in spreading terrorism in Pakistan and should be declared a terrorist state for this.

Created by S.S. on September 27, 2016

India is involved in spreading terrorism and in bloody proxy wars against it's adjoining countries particularly Islamic Republic of Pakistan, especially in the province of Balochistan, Federally Administrated Tribal Areas and Metropolitan City of Karachi. While India may remain in denial it's proxy war in Pakistan have gone out of hands. The clear evidence is available in the form of Kalboshan Yadev. Yadev in an Indian Spy working for Indian Agency 'Research and Analysis Wing' for the purpose of espionage and sabotage in Pakistan. Not only this, he is the SERVING COMMANDER OF INDIAN NAVY. He has confessed to be engaged in various terrorism activies in Balochistan including aiding TTP, Al-Qaeda and ISIS. These all evidence call for declaring India a terroist state and isolating it globally.

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Thank you for using the We the People platform.

As two countries that have suffered terrorist attacks, the United States and India share a strong commitment to combating global terrorism. In June 2016, President Obama and Prime Minister Modi publicly recognized the threat posed by terrorism and emphasized our joint commitment to counter threats from al Qaeda, ISIL, Jaish-e Mohammad, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, D Company, and other terrorist groups. They further condemned recent terrorist attacks from Paris to Pathankot and from Brussels to Kabul.

Over the past several years, the United States and India have enhanced our cooperation to fight global terrorism as a cornerstone of our bilateral Strategic Partnership. Our steadfast commitments and priorities are encapsulated in the 2015 U.S.-India Joint Declaration on Combating Terrorism, which affirmed the need to fight terrorism in all of its many forms. The United States and India have also both frequently expressed a deep concern over the continued threat posed by transnational terrorism and the cross-border movement of terrorists. As the President has made clear, no state should allow its territory to be used by terrorists to launch attacks into another state. In each of these areas, we will continue to work towards a common goal of preserving peace and security.

-- The We the People Team

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