terror in delhi 10/29
Monday, October 31, 2005
  All trails lead to Pak This Times of India report says:
The Union Cabinet on Sunday held Pakistan-based and supported groups responsible for the worst-ever terrorist attack in the Capital, which can have a fallout on the peace process with the neighbour. Well-placed sources said that the Cabinet, after assessing the inputs from intelligence agencies, concluded that influential sections in the Pakistani establishment were behind the attack. The top-decision making body felt that those responsible across the border were trying to send two distinct messages: to India that despite the earthquake, they retain the capability to strike at will in India; and to the world, that since they were still grappling with the enormity of their own tragedy, Saturday’s outrage was the work of indigenous groups. The second message ties into Pakistan’s larger propaganda that terrorism in India is a homegrown affair.
The Pakistani elite comprises of the high ranks of the military establishment (which controls most of the state-owned companies through various 'Fauji' foundations), the feudal land owners (who control massive amounts of farms) and the assorted bunch of foreign-educated, English-speaking Pakjaabi's who usually serve as the mouthpiece of the first two in Western media talk shows. 
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