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India & Pak begin raking up talks process
8/21/2018 11:06:49 PM
After Imran Khan has not completed three days in office India and Pakistan have begun the old game of securing to resolve all issues through talks. Prime Minister, Modi, has sought cooperation from Imran Khan for the resumption of talks to resolve various issues. Modi conveyed to the elected Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan, conveying that India was looking for constructive and meaningful engagement with his country. Modi noted that India was committed to peaceful neighbourly ties with Pakistan, official sources said, quoting from the letter. The prime minister also stressed the need to work for a terror-free South Asia, they said. The prime minister conveyed to Khan that India was looking for constructive and meaningful engagement with Pakistan, the sources said. Khan was sworn in as Pakistan's 22nd prime minister on Friday
Pakistan's new Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has extended the hand of friendship to India soon after taking oath by offering "uninterrupted" dialogue to resolve all outstanding issues, saying it is the "only wise course" as the two countries could not afford any "adventurism". After the swearing-in ceremony at the President House, Qureshi went to Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and addressed media. Qureshi was the foreign minister from 2008 to 2011 under the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) government when the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks took place. He was in New Delhi when 10 Pakistan-based LeT terrorists attacked India's financial capital. The new foreign minister said Pakistan wanted to rebuild ties with eastern and western neighbours and create peace in the region. He said Pakistan wanted to resolve all issues with India through talks.
"We need a continued uninterrupted dialogue. It is the only wise course for us," he said. The India-Pakistan ties nose-dived in recent years with no bilateral talks taking place. Pakistan should be grateful to India as the latter did not impose any preconditions for the resumption of the process of dialogue. Last time it had demanded that Pakistan ended export of terror to India, particularly to Jammu and Kashmir but so far there has not been any response from Islamabad. It is hoped that under the new guard, Islamabad may respond quickly to set the stage for talks. But so far there has not been any indication of any positive response from Islamabad because ceasefire violations continue and the Indian troops continue to foil ingress bids and engage militants in the encounters.
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