PM Modi gave strength to New Delhi’s stand on terror and talks can’t go hand in hand
Narendra Modi during the visit to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) said that Pakistan needs to take concrete action against terrorism before they want to talk to India. The Prime Minister of India is currently in the capital of Kirgizstan, Bishkek for the SCO Summit. India’s stand on terror and talks cannot go hand to hand gained more strength after Modi cleared India’s stand on talks with Pakistan matter.
Vijay Gokhale, foreign secretary quoted the Indian Prime Minister and said that “Pakistan needs to create an atmosphere which is terror-free and we do not see this happening at this stage. We expect Pakistan to take concrete action”.
China is a strategic ally of Pakistan and India have made their stand clear on resuming the talks
China is considered as the strategic ally of Pakistan. China is also investing a lot of amount in infrastructure projects in India. The government of China has also been helping the neighboring country economically and supporting them on world front diplomatically. President of China Xi Jinping is expected to meet Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan during the SCO summit.
China wants to partner with India for better development partnership
During the talks with Indian Prime Minister, Xi Jinping said that China and India do not pose any threat to each other. He showed the willingness of Beijing to come together with New Delhi to push forward for better development partnership.
Pakistan wrote two letters to India to resume talks
Ahead of the summit, Pakistan had asked New Delhi through letters to resume bilateral talks. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi have written separate letters in the matter.
Prime ministers of both countries India and Pakistan are meeting for the first time after Imran Khan became the Prime Minister at the SCO meet, but there are no bilateral talks.
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