Ahmad said the Pakistani Prime Minister’s peace initiative is in line with his vision of a friendly neighbourhood that he enunciated immediately after taking office two years ago.
Pakistan has accused India of “setting preconditions” for bilateral talks and “vitiating atmosphere” between the two countries, and has presented dossier to United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon containing alleged evidence of “Indian involvement in terrorism and fomenting instability in Pakistan“.
“There is no question of involving any third party in any India-Pakistan engagement”, he said, describing Sharif’s diatribe at the United Nations as his government’s desperate bid to score points.
Denying Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s claim that Pakistan is the primary victim of terrorism, Indian Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj on Thursday said “it is actually a victim of its own policies of breeding and sponsoring terrorists”.
Lohdi told The Associated Press the dossiers include information about “India’s involvement and support to terrorism in different parts of Pakistan”.
India’s strong and uninhibited denunciation of Pakistan over its use of terrorism marks the complete repudiation of the UPA approach that avoided such direct rhetoric and sought to delink the dialogue process with progress on terror.
Meanwhile, Pakistan has said that India’s efforts to decline its illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir are a travesty of history.
She said the whole nation is concerned that when will Nawaz Sharif work with seriousness to end Indian terrorism in Pakistan.
“International community observed that which country wants peace whereas which country refuses the dialogue proposal on disputed issues”, she said.
Sharif said the only way forward in India-Pakistan relations was the “way… suggested by us”.
LONDON, October 1 (APP): Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif said on Thursday that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would be a game changer and bring prosperity in the area.
He said that India should implement a Security Council resolution that wanted a plebiscite in Kashmir and that it would be at the top of the list in any discussions with India.
Swaraj also exhorted the worldwide community to not categorise terrorists as “good” or “bad” and underscored the need for “zero tolerance” for terrorism and to not ascribe any religion to terrorists as they have no religion.