Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said Tuesday his country would not negotiate with India until India reversed its decision on Kashmir. Imran Khan said this in connection with the resignation of Section 370 (Section 370).
New Delhi / Islamabad: Pakistan has taken up the Kashmir issue again in its economic decline. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said Tuesday his country would not negotiate with India until India reversed its decision on Kashmir. 370 (Article 370).
India had abolished Article 370, which gave Jammu and Kashmir a special status on August 5, 2019. The central government had converted the state into two union territories. Imran Khan has now again reminded the Indian government of his decision: Talks with India until the decision of August 5 will be withdrawn.
In front of Imran Khan, the foreign minister also made a statement on Kashmir. It is important to note that the country’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmooh Qureshi also said Tuesday that talks with India will only take place if Kashmir’s decision is changed. He said that Jammu and Kashmir are not an internal Indian problem. This matter is with the United Nations. There are many Security Council resolutions on this. India’s position was clear, cashmere is an integral part of us, its problems are ours too.
Let’s say India has said over and over that it is an integral part of Jammu and Kashmir and that the country is able to solve its problems. New Delhi had sent a message to Islamabad that relations between the two countries can be like normal neighbors when the atmosphere of terror and violence ends. India had also denounced Pakistan-sponsored terrorism in the United Nations Human Rights Council.