Imran Khan, not a man of his words, India again shed tears for the brutal killing of 3 policemen in J& k
India on Friday assembled off the conference between outside undertakings serve Sushma Swaraj and her Pakistani partner Shah Mehmood Qureshi in New York, referring to the “brutally” killing of three policemen in Jammu and Kashmir and in addition the arrival of postal stamps celebrating Kashmiri activist Burhan Wani. MEA representative Raveesh Kumar said: ” the recent developments show that any dialogue with Pakistan is meaningless.”
“Since yesterday’s announcement of meeting of foreign ministers of India and Pakistan, two deeply disturbing developments have taken place. The latest brutal killings of our security personnel by Pakistan-based entities and the recent release of a series of 20 postal stamps by Pakistan glorifying terrorists,” the MEA representative said.
The representative further said, “It’s obvious that behind Pakistan’s proposal for talks to make a fresh beginning, the evil agenda of Pakistan stands exposed and the true face of new Prime Minister of Pakistan has been revealed to world and that too in the first few months itself.”
India had on Thursday consented to a gathering between outer undertakings serve Sushma Swaraj and her Pakistani partner after Pakistan’s ask. Prior today, three policemen were stolen from their homes in south Kashmir’s Shopian area and shot dead by the Hizbul Mujahideen, police said.
India had consented to talks after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had composed a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi trying to re-begin the reciprocal chats on key issues “testing the relationship.” The gathering between the outside pastors of the two nations would have been the principal such abnormal state commitment since the suspension of exchange between the two countries after the Pathankot air base dread assault in 2016.
India-Pak ties have nose-plunged from that point forward in perspective of various dread strikes by Pakistan-based gatherings, which India struck back via completing ‘careful strikes’ in September 2016 over the LoC. India has been keeping up that dread and talks can’t go together.
The last gathering between the two outside priests was held amid Swaraj’s visit to Islamabad in December 2015 to go to the Heart of Asia Summit, where she had met the then Pakistan remote clergyman Sartaj Aziz.