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India responds negatively to peace talks due to internal pressure: sources

India responds negatively to peace talks due to internal pressure: sources

ISLAMABAD The Indian authorities have responded negatively to Pakistan’s offer to resume peace talks due to its internal pressure, claimed sources.

The report filed by United Nations on human rights has unveiled Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir due to which, the neighboring country is feeling hesitation in the resumption of the negotiations.

The statements of spy Kulbhushan Jadhav and Ehsanullah Ehsan have further provided evidence of Indian terrorist activities in Pakistan.

On the other hand, Soldiers of Indian Army are hurting innocent Kashmiris with pallet gun. UN has termed this sensitive issue as violation of human rights.

It is to be mentioned here that 6000 Kashmiris have lost their eyesight due to pallet gun while around 150 people have been martyred so far in the current year.

Earlier, Indian government had revoked its decision to accept Pakistan’s proposal for a meeting between the Foreign Ministers on the sidelines of UNGA in New York.

Indian foreign ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, “There would be no meeting between the foreign ministers any longer.”

On Thursday, news emerged that PM Imran Khan had written a letter to PM Modi, seeking to re-start the talks on key issues including Kashmir.

Khan also proposed a meeting between Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.

“Building on the mutual desire for peace between our two countries, I wish to propose a meeting between Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, before the informal meeting of the SAARC foreign ministers at the sidelines of the upcoming UN General Assembly in New York,” Khan wrote.

In the letter to Khan, Modi conveyed India’s commitment to pursue “meaningful” and “constructive” engagement with Pakistan and emphasising the need to work for a terror-free South Asia.

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