Vijay Sappani gets it exactly backwards. He thinks that the Lashkar-e-Taiba and similar groups come from Western indifference to anti-Indian violence by Pakistan. I guess his affliction can be explained by the fact that he reads the Notional Pest. Or something.
VijaySappani.com - Blog Archive - Pakistan:The Path to Terror in Canada: National Post has this front page story on ‘The path to terror in Canada”. It talks in detail the story of a Canadian who was trained there. India has been complaining of L-e-T and other pakistan army supported terrorist training camps for nearly two decades, but western governments did not bother until these terror camps started createing demons that are affecting their own borders and citizens.
Sadly, no. It's not that "Western governments did not bother". It's that Western governments---well, at the minimum, a Western government---chose to make use of Pakistan by encouraging certain destructive dynamics in the 70s and 80s as a weapon against a particular, now temporarily defunct, enemy.
But it's funny: Vijay's post is, coincidentally, the standard Official Line of the Indian government and its supporters. It's always good to be suspicious of something when it transparently tries to align itself with the powerful. India is claiming that it is an Innocent Victim of Islamofascism---just like you white people! It's actually a quite typical and obsequious behaviour that us desi folk sadly exhibit.
Really, though, India does have a few relevant features in common with the West---a very tenuous claim to democracy, even of the representative kind, that is somehow expected to excuse its behaviour, a tendency to bully its neighbours, and exploitative economic system, etc, etc. The best part is that India has often violently crushed liberation movements currently right inside itself, rather than tucked away in South America.
Most of all, for all Pakistan's faults, India is incredibly intransigent on the issues that make up the heart of the critical India-Pakistan dispute. And it and its supporters have the gall to make accusations.