Pakistan’s stance about Kashmir is clear: Qureshi
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi reiterated Pakistan’s stance regarding Kashmir, adding that the issue needs progress rather than review.
Talking to media after chairing a meeting of standing committee for foreign affairs, Qureshi said that India has been told in equivocal terms that the next session of dialogue should not be result-oriented instead of mere photo session. “Not only we but Indian people also want meaningful talks on Kashmir issue”, Qureshi said. He called upon the global community to help end the Indian forces’ atrocities and human rights violations going on in the held valley. “India might not have liked my speech at the United Nations, I think, that is why it is delaying the process of dialogue resumption” the minister replied when asked about the delay in the talks with India. Parrying a question about his meeting with the COAS, the FM said that he did not give heed to rumours. When his attention was drawn to Dr Aafia’s repatriation, he said that “We cannot do anything about US judicial system; however, efforts are on all the diplomatic and political channels are on to get her back”.