New Delhi: In view of David Coleman Headley's sensational revelations about the involvement of Pakistan's notorious spy agency ISI in the 26/11 terror attacks, Pakistan's double speak on reining terror operating from its soil has been exposed once again.
Headley's revelations hold significance as it comes at a time when there are different views in India about New Delhi's intentions to hold talks with the hostile neighbour.
While many in India believe that talks and terror can't go together and India must not engage Pakistan in any bilateral peace process, some others believe that 'dialogue' is the only tool to resolve all disputes between the two countries, including the cross-border terrorism.
In the aftermath of the terror attack on IAF airbase in Pathankot, India has increased pressure on Islamabad to expedite the investigations into the incident and punish the perpetrators responsible for it.
However, with Pakistan government-constituted SIT's clean chit to terrorist outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed and its chief Maulana Masood Azhar in the Pathankot attack case, Islamabad's rhetoric on terror appears to be mere eye-wash and nothing more, triggering concerns if it is trying to shift India's focus on terrorism?
Watch what experts have to say in this regard.