posted on Apr, 7 2005 @ 03:54 PM
In a move to ease tensions between the nation of India and Pakistan, the Prime Minister of India has opened a old bus road as a sign of peace. With a
public rally at a Cricket Stadium starting off with the Prime Minister giving a speach and rallying the people as two buses were sent off. With the
Government of India, Pakistan has also agreed to help as much as possible to end the violence. The fighting of these two nuclear capable countries
has kept the world on edge for decades, but with this new path of peace it may no longer worry.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday asked Pakistan to join hands with India in fighting violence and terrorism.
Addressing a public rally at Sher-e-Kashmir Cricket Stadium here after flagging off two buses, carrying PoK-bound passengers, Dr Singh stated that the
re-opening of Srinagar-Muzaffarabad road was the first step towards a long path of friendship and peace between the two countries.
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Wow, I was expecting the first nuclear war to be between those two. But looks like the Worlds Largest Democracy, India, and Pakistan are finally
getting along. Terrorism has been used on the border for years as a dispute over land and border has gone on. But now with a old road opened and
both countries agreeing on a solution to a problem, this seems to be the RoadMap to Peace that will work.
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[edit on 7-4-2005 by James the Lesser]