Pakistan says it wants meaningful talks with India
Pakistan has said that it wants a meaningful, sustainable and result-oriented dialogue with Indian on Kashmir issue.
“Pakistan had initiated a composite dialogue with India in the past but the latter had not shown seriousness to resolve the issue,” Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria told state owned PTV.
He said Pakistani and international media had made headlines on Kashmir issue to highlight “Indian atrocities and barbarism on innocent Kashmiris.”
“One million Indian troops and paramilitary forces were present in Kashmir. We cannot initiate talks with India in such worsened circumstances in the valley,” he added.
Zakaria said international community had been “putting pressure on Indian authorities to stop cruelties on the people of Kashmir.”