Pakistan puts up five essential pre-requisites for bilateral talks with India

Pakistan on Tuesday, set up five essential pre-conditions for the resumption of bilateral talks with India.

Pakistan’s National Security advisor (NSA) – Moeed Yusuf, in an interview with an Indian news outlet, highlighted five necessary conditions as pre-requisite for the resumption of bilateral dialogue between the two nuclear armed neighbors.

Moeed Yusuf stressed upon the fact that Kashmiris must be included as a ‘third party’ in any bilateral talks as such.

Furthermore, SAPM also reiterated Pakistan’s commitment towards UNSC Resolutions regarding Kashmir issue and condemned Indian false propaganda regarding Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan region.

Moeed Yusuf claimed that Pakistan has credible evidence proving Indian involvement in at least three other terrorist attacks that occurred on Pakistani soil.

In addition to it, he also highlighted India’s role and involvement in various terrorist activities inside Pakistan via various proxies and terror outfits.

NSA noted that there is sufficient evidence backing the narrative that India was involved in attacks on Chinese Consulate in Karachi, Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) and PC Hotel, Gwadar.

India has spent US$ 1 million on the alliance formed between Tehreek-e-Taliban-Pakistan (TTP) and four other terrorist outfits in a meeting in Afghanistan, he added.