Pakistan’s reply on talks with India: Imran said – for how many days we are waiting to be civilized neighbors, but what to do, the ideology of the Sangh got in the way

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Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has given a shocking statement regarding talks between India and Pakistan. Imran, who arrived at the ongoing Central South Asia Conference in Uzbekistan, was asked whether terrorism and talks can go together. News agency ANI said that this is India’s question to them.

On this question, Imran Khan said, “How long have we been waiting for India to become a civilized hamsaya (civilized neighbour). But what to do, RSS’s ideology has come in the way.”

After this, he was asked the question whether you are accusing you of not having control over the Taliban, but Imran did not answer this question. Imran’s bodyguards stopped the reporter who asked the question.

It was said this year- if the old situation in Kashmir is restored, then agree to talks
Imran Khan had said in June this year that if India makes a roadmap to restore the old situation in Kashmir, then we are ready for talks with it. He had said that India should tell Pakistan what steps have been taken to withdraw the decision to remove Article 370 from Kashmir. Abolishing the special status of Kashmir is a violation of international law and the rules of the United Nations Security Council.

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The issue was also raised in the talks of Kashmiri leaders with the PM.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a meeting with Kashmiri leaders on June 24. In this, the issue of delimitation and re-election in Kashmir was discussed. Modi had said that he wants to reduce the distance between Delhi and the hearts of Kashmiris. PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti, who attended the meeting, had said that the way India is negotiating with China, it should resume talks with Pakistan as well.

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