A People's Movement for Peace and
Security in the Af-Pak-India Region



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“I appreciate your efforts and I would also take the liberty to offer you my services as per my expertise, for your cause. I believe there can't be any other cause more generous than this one, at this point of time, when the world and specially South Asia is fighting for peace. Please accept my gratitude for your generous cause and work”. Kausar R. Khan, Pakistan, July 17, 2012.

"I am very glad to have joined a like minded person who believes in the immense potential of a peaceful South-Asia region.  I think there needs to be a lot more done in bringing the people of Afghanistan/India/Pakistan closer through trade and cultural exchange programs. Your organization’s vision and objectives are a great step in this direction and I will be more than happy to do what it takes to realize our shared vision of a peaceful and prosperous South-Asia”.  Khushal Wakily, United Kingdom, Youth Led Development Activist, July 15, 2012

“….I have great respect for u that u r thinking for Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, Dear Cy Thannikary. I will be with u in this regard to resolve the tension across the border of these three countries. I am a journalist and working in Pakistan television news as Assignment Editor. I know what's going on in our region….and remember me as a member of your team in resolving border solution of these three countries”. Faheem Rana, PTV news, Islamabad, Pakistan, July 17, 2012

Selection of People’s Response to Our Movement

The goals of your movement have impressed me, as I am an Afghan and know Urdu, Hindi and English languages; I’m interested to work with your movement. Wish i can join your ambitious organization”. Fawad Wahabzada, Management Executive, Afghanistan

I appreciate Erasing borders initiatives and vision very much. It seems that Erasing borders can play a major role in the Af-Pak-India region by not only bringing civilian voice for peace on the fore front but ... Our region is geographically and strategically very important for the world… Together we can make this region developed and a fore front of peace, and Erasing borders, with the support of civilians, can execute the best possible role for this. I am happy to be part of the group…”. Priti Vaishnav, Ph, PhD Scholar and Researcher at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, May 10, 2012.

“It’s really a good initiative as it will solve so many untold stories as well as unifying the families of Pre independent one India nation”. Kamaran M K Mondal, Asst. Prof. Burdwan University, West Bengal, India, June 9, 2012.

Kudos on such a peace building initiative! For someone who also believes in the potential that lies locked within the region, I am definitely keen on helping Erasing Borders in any way I can. Please do let me know if there is anything I can do”. Sumitha Narayanan Kutty, Intern, South Asia Center at Atlantic Council of the United States.

“What a brilliant mandate!! Indeed, cooperation is vital between the three countries. Cheers”. Raza Ahmad, Director, Policy & Programs at Jinnah Institute, Pakistan, June 5, 2012.

“I am most impressed by your endeavors for peace. I actually share your passion for such a remarkable vision and totally agree with your model for developing peace in this troubled world. … I would love to work with you on such a grand but shared vision and bring about the required change which is a prerequisite for peace. Please do let me know how you envisage my input in designing this peaceful world which is nearer to my own heart’s desire (to use Omar Khayyam’s expression) as you put it so beautifully in order “to give tomorrow a chance”. Profound regards”. Tariq Suleman, Researcher, Learning for Leading, UK, June 12, 2012.