On the issue of Kashmir, peace always does not suit the mouth of Pakistan, who is lying and spreading terrorism. Due to the nature of Pakistan, there is a conspiracy about peace in its mouth. Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa spoke of making peace with India in the past. However, the Indian government made it clear that until Pakistan does not create an atmosphere free from terror and hostility, there will be no dialogue. But now Pakistan has blamed India on the opposite side.
Pakistan’s Foreign Office said that it was up to India to create a peaceful atmosphere. Pakistan’s Foreign Office said on Thursday that Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s recent statement reflects his country’s desire for peace and security in the region. It is to be noted here that it is the same Pakistan that sometimes sends intruders from across the border, sometimes tries to set fire to Kashmir and when it is not so much then it makes a terrorist attack.
Pakistan has blamed
India, just like India’s statement, Pakistan has given its statement. Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhary said during the press conference on Thursday, “Pakistan has been consistently saying that it is up to India to create such an atmosphere of (peace)”. He said that Pakistan has always believed in peacefully resolving all major issues including Jammu and Kashmir and General Bajwa’s statement reflects Pakistan’s desire for peace and security in the region.
Poison spewing Kashmir again
Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhary said that India is unilaterally and illegally occupying Jammu and Kashmir, while spewing venom on the Kashmir issue. He said, ‘Pakistan wants India to leave unilateral and illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir, prevent human rights violations in the Valley and agree to resolve Kashmir dispute in accordance with the respective resolutions of the UN Security Council and the wishes of the Kashmiri people. Ho.’ It is necessary to state here that Kashmir is an integral part of India and Pakistan has been making false claims on it.
India has made its intention clear,
whereas India has already said on Thursday that it is up to Pakistan to create an environment free from terror and hostility. Reacting to Bajwa’s remarks, External Affairs Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava said, ‘Our position is already clear. India is keen on building normal neighborly relations with Pakistan in an environment free from terror, violence and hostility. ‘ He said that it is the responsibility of Pakistan to create such an environment.
What Bajwa had said is
significant that Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa had remarked on Tuesday that ‘this is the time to extend a hand of peace from all directions’. Bajwa had said that Pakistan and India should resolve the Kashmir issue in a dignified and peaceful manner. He was addressing a graduation ceremony at Asgar Khan Academy of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) in Risalpur, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. Bajwa had said that we are committed to walking on the ideal of mutual respect and peaceful co-existence. This is the time to extend a hand of peace in all directions.
No talks since 2013 The
situation has been very tense since the 2008 Mumbai terror attack between India and Pakistan. However, in 2013 there was an attempt to negotiate between the two countries. But after that there has been no formal conversation so far. Due to tensions over Pulwama attack and Line of Control, India has refused to have any talks with Pakistan. India says that unless Pakistan is free from the path of terror, no relationship with it will be restored.