Ready to speak on all issues: Mr PM Imran Khan: The Indian Tribune | Instant News


Tribune News Service

New Delhi, 27 February

Pakistan’s civilian leadership has supported a ceasefire agreement at the border, but said the responsibility to create an “enabling environment” for further progress in bilateral relations rests with New Delhi.

Anti-terror operation to be continued: Lt. Gen. Joshi

  • Army’s northern commander Lt. Gen. YK Joshi on Saturday said understanding to strictly adhere to the ceasefire pact would have nothing to do with counter-terrorism operations at J&K.

In his first comments since the two countries’ militaries agreed on Thursday to enforce a ceasefire along the LoC, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said they were ready to move forward to resolve “all the issues in circulation” with India through dialogue.

“I welcome the restoration of the ceasefire. The responsibility for creating an enabling environment for further progress rests with India. It must take steps to meet the old demands of the Kashmiri people according to the UNSC resolutions, ” Khan tweeted.

Although India has also stated that the responsibility for starting the talks lies with Pakistan by cracking down on the terror launch pad, the MEA has not reacted to Khan’s remarks.



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