Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz says that Pakistan would only talk with India when Kashmir issue is discussed in first place.
During talks with media in Islamabad on Tuesday, the adviser said whole the world has supported our stance that the two countries require to carry out talks on all the major issues including Kashmir.
Rejecting Indian allegations about the presence of Dawood Ibrahim in Pakistan, the adviser said a befitting reply would be given to India if it starts any misadventure.
Sartaj said that a meeting between DG Rangers and Commander of Indian BSF would be arranged in New Delhi on Wednesday.
The meeting aims at lessening crisis on the Line of Control and working boundary. He also conspicuously said that the issue of the implementation of the 2003 ceasefire treaty would be discussed at the meeting.
He lamented at the anti-Pakistan policy adopted by Modi since the day he came into power.
Sartaj also made an announcement that Pakistan would present a database on Indian interference in the country at the United Nations.
Earlier, a highly anticipated peace talk meeting scheduled to be held on August 23 in New Delhi was cancelled.