Pakistan is declining to connect with India, Prime Minister Imran Khan
ISLAMABAD (Monitoring Desk) Prime Minister Imran Khan has stated unequivocally that Pakistan will not negotiate with India until the special status of Indian-occupied Kashmir is restored. During a live Q&A session with the media, he said this in response to questions about human rights violations in India and the international community’s lack of response.
The prime minister said that most Western nations and their media used human rights issues to advance their foreign policy goals rather than providing justice to victims. He said India’s attempts to counter China’s growing military and economic power were pointless, and that India would suffer as a result.
He addressed Kashmiris’ concerns about Pakistan returning to the discussion table with the India, saying that the Pakistani government will not engage in any negotiation with New Delhi until Indian Government reverses its August 5 decision to scrap Article 370.