Both countries ready to take bold decisions
WASHINGTON – The Indo-Pakistan peace process has stood the test of the time. Now it’s unlikely to be sabotaged, according to political analysts. They said both countries are set for what they called the meaningful dialogue to resolve their disputes through peaceful method. Both India and Pakistan are now willing to take bold decisions to ease tension in the region, analysts said. In this connection they referred to Manmohan Singh’s recent statement and said the Indian Prime Minister strongly defended his joint statement with his Pakistani counterpart Yousuf Raza Gilani.