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Pakistan blames India for scuttling constructive and meaningful dialogue

Pakistan blames India for scuttling constructive and meaningful dialogue

Pakistan blames India for scuttling constructive and meaningful dialogue in its neighbourhood.

Foreign Office Spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri said, while responding to the media queries on the Indian External Affairs Minister’s tweet.

Indian MEA tweeted regarding India’s priorities during the Presidency of the UN Security Council.

Pakistan blames India for scuttling constructive and meaningful dialogue

The FO spokesman further said that before preaching moderation to the world, India must set its own house in order.

He said the extremist ‘Hindutva’ ideology has permeated all state institutions of India.

He further said that RSS-BJP regime’s record is replete with instances of gross and systematic violations of the rights of minorities, in particular Muslims.

The spokesman referred that on assuming office, Prime Minister Imran Khan clearly underlined that if India would take one step for peace, Pakistan would take two.

However, rather than engaging in dialogue, India vitiated the environment through its illegal and unilateral actions of 5th August 2019.

Moreover, he said India remains in clear violation of international law and the UN Security Council resolutions for more than seven decades.

GTV

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