GUJRAL DOCTRINE PDF

With neighbours viz. Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, India must not ask for reciprocity, but should give all that it can in good faith and trust. No South Asian country would allow its territory to be used against the interest of another country No country would interfere in the internal affairs of another. Gujral was aware of the dangerous neighbourhood of India and this doctrine basically projected India as a benign big brother so that peace can be maintained. As a benign big brother, India would give concessions to all except Pakistan without any reciprocal return expectation.

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It talks about the applicability of Gujral Doctrine in contemporary times. However, relations between India and its neighbours currently are not as good as it needs to be in order to propel the South Asian region into a state of prosperity. In this context, the Gujral doctrine can play a significant role in shaping South Asia.

What is the Gujral Doctrine? It, thus, recognises the supreme importance of friendly, cordial relations with neighbours. These principles are: With neighbours like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, India does not ask for reciprocity but gives and accommodates what it can in good faith and trust.

No South Asian country should allow its territory to be used against the interest of another country of the region.

No country should interfere in the internal affairs of another. They should settle all their disputes through peaceful bilateral negotiations. Application of Gujral Doctrine The resolution of the water-sharing dispute with Bangladesh in just three months in This almost coincided with the treaty with Nepal for taming the Mahakali river for the generation of hydel power. It was followed by agreements with Sri Lanka for expanding development cooperation. Also, it led to the starting of composite dialogue with Pakistan.

The composite dialogue was based on the principle that while entire spectrums of relationships came under sincere problem-solving dialogues. Cooperation must begin on agreed terms in agreed areas trade, travel, culture etc. Relevance of Gujral Doctrine Pakistan: For years, Britain practised the principle of divide and rule in its empire. India and Pakistan were born as two sovereign nations into a pool of mutual hatred, hostility distrust and suspicion.

To this inherited pool, new tensions and confrontations over religion the two nations theory , territory Kashmir and national aspirations were added. Further, the creation of Bangladesh sharpened the strategic conflict between India and Pakistan. Nepal: Domestic politics in Nepal has led to a strategic deadlock between the two close neighbours.

Srilanka: The outbreak of the armed insurgency of Tamil Tigers in Jaffna created an almost inevitable chasm between India and SriLanka. Bangladesh: Illegal migration has always been a contentious issue between India and Bangladesh. India is unable to match the scale of resources China is able to deploy in our neighbourhood to win influence. Way Forward There is no doubt that the challenges which India must deal with in its neighbourhood have become more complex and even threatening compared to two decades ago.

In an age of shifting geopolitics and altered the balance of power, India will need to re-strategise its neighbourhood policy. Connectivity must be pursued with greater vigour while security concerns are addressed through cost-effective, efficient and reliable technological measures which are in use in other parts of the world.

India should become a transit country of choice for all its neighbours by extending national treatment on its transport network and ports. Drishti Mains Question Gujral Doctrine recognises the supreme importance of friendly, cordial relations with neighbours. Analyse the relevance and challenges associated with the application of Gujral Doctrine in the neighbourhood of India in present times.

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It talks about the applicability of Gujral Doctrine in contemporary times. However, relations between India and its neighbours currently are not as good as it needs to be in order to propel the South Asian region into a state of prosperity. In this context, the Gujral doctrine can play a significant role in shaping South Asia. What is the Gujral Doctrine? It, thus, recognises the supreme importance of friendly, cordial relations with neighbours. These principles are: With neighbours like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, India does not ask for reciprocity but gives and accommodates what it can in good faith and trust. No South Asian country should allow its territory to be used against the interest of another country of the region.

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He studied at D. He was a member of All India Students Federation. He also participated in the Indian independence movement , [2] and was jailed in during the Quit India Movement. The couple also have two granddaughters and a grandson. During the Emergency of June , Gujral was Minister of Information and Broadcasting , where he was in charge of the media during a time of censorship in India and was in charge of Doordarshan. He again was selected to the Rajya Sabha to serve until

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