So many attempts for the Peace talks, the enemy nation had put forward so many promises to build relations with India. The Pak PM had also spoken ill about India for rejecting the peace talks.
Though in a major attempt the Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s word of commitment to work towards resolving the Indo-Pak relations fell on a flat face after a top minister in his Cabinet was seen sharing the stage with 26/11 Mumbai terror attack mastermind and Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed.
Tables have turned over for Pakistan after Minister of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony, Noor Ul Haq Qadri, was also allegedly heard exhorting the United Nations to declare India a terror state! Is this the actual friendship that Pakistan proposed for India?
This follows close on heels of India’s Foreign Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s statement at the United Nations General Assembly last week where she very strongly condemned Pakistan’s duplicity in the garb of the ‘Naya Pakistan’ promise by Imran Khan during his address after becoming the PM.
Sushma Swaraj highlighted the Pakistan-sponsored cross-border terrorism and human rights violations in the killing of security personnel along the Line of Control. Calling terrorism as one of the most critical concerns for India, she called for measures to emanating it from the Pakistani soil. Blaming Pakistan for providing safe haven to terrorists such as Osama Bin Laden and Hafiz Saeed, she also said that Islamabad glorifies terrorism and spreads lies about India.
During her 25 minute speech at the UNGA in New York, she also called for reforms by the United Nations to make it more robust and proactive. Swaraj also snubbed Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi at the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) ministers conference on the sidelines of the UNGA.
Earlier, India had called off foreign-minister level talks within 24-hours of agreeing to Imran Khan’s offer for a new start by letting the foreign ministers of the two countries engage in talks on the sidelines of UNGA in New York. India pulled out of talks blaming Pakistan based terror outfits behind the brutal murders of three security policemen in Jammu & Kashmir and expressing displeasure over Islamabad releasing postage stamps glorifying terrorists who had wreaked mayhem and murders in India.
Responding to this decision by India, Imran Khan had said his country’s offer for ‘friendship’ should not be considered as its weakness and the Indian leadership should shun ‘arrogance’ and hold peace talks. The Pakistan PM, expressing his displeasure, said in a tweet that India’s decision to cancel the foreign minister-level talks was “arrogant” and argued that he was “disappointed” by New Delhi’s “negative” response.
But the so called arrogant response by India has probably come as a best decision by the Indian counterparts. Rejecting the peace talks with Pakistan having a sight of its intentions towards our Nation could not be stopped in any case. This attempt of peace talk was put forward with unknown intentions probably hidden from India.
Source: Timesnow news