There is no specific definition of terrorismyet because different legal agencies and different countries have their different definitions but when innocent people are being brutally killed in any country in the name of religion, in the name of fighting for freedom, for me it is terrorism.
Recently growing terror activities in India creating chaos and anger among the people. 40 of our brave CRPF personnel martyred and many injured in a bomb explosion planned by the militant group Jaise E Mohammed (Pakistan-based armed group) in Pulwama. Jaise E Mohammed claimed they are fighting for their rights, his aim to overthrow Indian control over Indian-administered Kashmir through attacks on security and government targets but I know very well that no religion and no right is greater than humanity itself.
So the question is what to do, is a war a solution? Many Sophisticated people say no, war is not a solution but I don’t agree. India is country which never invaded any other country, it is a country which has initiated Non- Alignment movement and came out as a peace-loving country but what is the outcome, daily dead bodies and most of the times only a few body parts of our people.
No more peace song, no more diplomatic talks. The only way to combat terrorism is by destroying them completely and eradicate them from their roots as the USA did after the World Trade Centre terror attack and Israel did with the invaders.
India is the 4th largest military power in the world and Pakistan is a 17th largest military power. So there is no comparison between the two nations in terms of their military power and especially when one is struggling with their crumbling economy.
On one side Pakistan is condemning the terror activities and on the other side, they are providing a safe haven to these militant group, we cannot tolerate more double faces. Now the only two choices which Pakistan has to whether stand firm with India and other peace-loving nations to fight against terrorism or to be ready to face the consequences.
If a war is for the cause of good and if it saves more innocent lives then we left with no other option.