Pak bIames India on terror
GK NEWS NETWORK
Islamabad, Nov 22: Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, has said peace in the region would remain elusive till India stopped helping terrorist activities in Pakistan.
In an interview to a German news agency, Qureshi said India was helping terrorism in FATA and Balochistan for which sold evidence was being gathered. He urged India to give up its “aggressive designs.”
“No lasting peace and tranquillity is possible in South Asia till India persists with its anti-Pakistan attitude,” Qureshi said.
Underlining the significance of result-oriented dialogue between the two countries, Qureshi said the deadlock served the interests of those inimical to peace. “India has no other option but talks while Pakistan is ready for the composite dialogue any time for a lasting peace,” he said.
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