Tension is running so high that American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is on her way to Delhi to act as a mediator between the two countries. India has said that it's not planning to take military action against Pakistan. However, it's accused a group of Pakistani terrorists, Lashkar-e-Taiban (the Persian Army), of having trained the attackers, and is yet to rule out links with the Pakistani intelligence service (ISI), which has been for a long time accused of maintaining some links with fundamentalist movements.
It's possibly because the terrorists were Pakistani. I'm pretty sure that the government had nothing to do with it, because it's not in their interest while the country is so unstable, but it might be possible that isolated members of our intelligence services were involved in the attack. We really don't know. But what we do know, is that the Indian government, which is very weak at the moment, is using this crisis for their own internal political ends. They're being warmongers because the government's weak; because they're in an electoral period and they need a scapegoat to make people forget about their inefficiencies. This was a terrible tragedy. But I can't help but notice that the Indian authorities managed it very poorly. It took them four days to regain order!
I'm also appalled by the coverage the Indian media's given this incident. I watch a lot of Indian TV, and they're inciting hate for Pakistan no end. It's very dangerous, especially as the Hindu fundamentalists will most certainly turn against the Muslim minority in the country.
The real problems are terrorism and fundamentalist movements, both Muslim and Hindu. And they're worldwide, not Indian-Pakistani. However, the Indian government and the Indian media have put our two countries on the brink of war. I can be very critical of my own government, but it this case, it's the Indians who are to blame if conflict breaks out."