"The Pakistani and Indian working class has to act decisively"

From a statement of the Labour Party of Pakistan.
The governments of both India and Pakistan are on a road to disaster. Both countries have gone to war against each other several times in the past. The last limited war was in 1998. The mad politicians of India and military regime of Pakistan were on the same side with the international community during the Afghan American war. Now they both blame each other of harbouring terrorism via armed religious fundamentalists on the question of Kashmir.
They want to take the American road to score their points. War is the only solution, that is the conclusion these mad rulers are drawing.

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