Pakistan is ready to talk with India if New Delhi is serious on Kashmir issue: PM Nawaz
PM Nawaz Sharif said on Saturday Pakistan is prepared to hold talks with India if New Delhi is ready to discuss Kashmir issue.
Pakistan had offered holding of chats on extraordinary issues a few times however India did not respond, he said while conversing with correspondents in Baku before wrapping up a three-day visit to Azerbaijan.
He said Kashmir was fundamental driver of distress in the district and India must show reality for determination of the issue and respect its dedication under United Nations Security Council Resolutions.
Pakistan was focused on tranquil determination of the Kashmir issue, he included.
The head lamented Indian claims that pointed the finger at Pakistan for the assault on an Indian armed force base camp in Uri.
He said India leveled affirmations against Pakistan inside six hours of the Uri episode, and repeated that no penetration occurred over the Line of Control (LoC).
The leader said his legislature had presented another culture of political resistance in the nation as they regarded order of each gathering.
“The PPP formed government in Sindh and we regarded it. Additionally we host regarded MQM as a restriction get-together. Notwithstanding when exploitative dialect was utilized as a part of KPK we likewise regarded people in general order there,” he included.
He pledged to take the nation to way of advance and success, in spite of “specific components’ arrangements to close the nation”.