Another 26/11, India won't show any restraint against Pak: Report
It would be difficult for India to show restraint, if Pakistan carried out another 26/11 styled attack, a Brussels based think tank, International Crisis Group has said. While analysing India's response to the Uri attack following which surgical strikes were conducted, the report says that it would be difficult for India to show restraint in the event of another attack like 26/11.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's response to the attacks last year on Indian forces in Kashmir suggests his reaction would be calibrated carefully and public opinion would weigh only so far on that calculation, the report also states.
Further the report goes on to state that the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and the Jaish-e-Mohammad which enjoy patronage in Pakistan pose great threats to both India and the United States of America. The report also states that Pakistan's jihadi problem is largely of its own making and is deeply entrenched. That the Afghan Taliban leaders who talk to the US or Afghan government without Pakistan's blessings are promptly jailed or disappear showing how the military can clamp down, the report also states