New Delhi: Pakistan, which has been using terrorism against India on its behalf, is now on its knees before Indian diplomacy. Now he is talking about peace and brotherhood. After Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s statement two days ago to resolve the Kashmir issue peacefully and amicably, he has now offered something similar to the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Imran said – negotiations are ready
Addressing a public meeting in Kotli in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on Friday, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan said he was ready for peaceful talks with India. “I’m ready to talk about any kind of thinking, any kind of point of view,” he said. But don’t think we’re weak so we want friendship with you. ”
India said the responsibility for dialogue rests with Pakistan
India on Thursday responded to the Pakistan Army chief’s statement on peaceful talks by saying that it was Pakistan’s responsibility to create an environment free from terrorism and hostility. Importantly, Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa remarked, “This is the time to extend the hand of peace from all directions.” Reacting to Bajwa’s remarks, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said, “Our position has become clear. India is ready to build a normal friendly relationship with Pakistan in an environment free from terror, violence and hostility. ” It is Pakistan’s responsibility to create such an environment. “