In China, India and Pakistan differ on terror


On way to becoming full members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), subtle differences in positions between India and Pakistan, on the fundamentals of countering international terrorism and China’s ‘Belt and Road’ connectivity initiative, came into the open during the heads of government meeting of the grouping in Zhengzhou.

In his opening remarks at the conference on Tuesday, India’s Minister of State for External Affairs, V.K. Singh, pointed to “zero tolerance towards terrorism” as the recipe to counter the menace.