Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that India wants normal neighborly relations with Pakistan. While giving an interview with the Nikkei Asia newspaper, the Indian Prime Minister said that India wants to establish normal bilateral relations with Pakistan like neighbors, but the neighboring country should create an environment that is free from hostility and terrorism. Continuing his talk, he said that now it is up to Pakistan to take the necessary steps in this regard.
Talks with Pakistan cannot take place until the terrorist policy is abandoned. Pakistan has always denied India’s allegations. It should be noted that there was no formal meeting between the foreign ministers of Pakistan and India at the SCO meeting in Goa this month. Federal Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari while talking to the media in Goa said that there is no change in diplomatic relations with India.
Didn’t happen. India’s unilateral decision on occupied Kashmir on August 5, 2019, has violated the principles of bilateral relations and UN resolutions. This move by India has greatly affected the relations between the two countries. With this one move, they have violated their international commitments. It should be clear that diplomatic relations between Pakistan and India have been strained since February 2019 and both countries have recalled their respective high commissioners.