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Should India stop trade and all relations with Pakistan?
Definitely India should stop trade & all other relation with pakistan unless they take any positive step to stop terrorism.
As we can see India is not able to take any actions against pakistan.so at least they should protest by stopping trades.
What is use of good relation with such country which is always conspiring and eager to kill our people?
Stop talking or trading is not solution of problem. We should help people who are still peaceful in pakistan
Our fight is with few people of pakistan (Politicians, Extremists, ISI).not with all people of pakistan so we should not punish those people.
Pakistan should be punished for whatever it did with Indian people in last 3 decades. If not on war level we can take action on diplomatic level and try to isolate it.
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