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Pakistan PM Imran Khan ready to talk to India, puts forward this condition

Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is once again ready to hold talks with India but with certain conditions. An interview of Imran Khan and news related to his dispute with the opposition are in the headlines this week in Urdu newspapers published from Pakistan. 

Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again offered to start talks with India. The Prime Minister of Pakistan said that if India gives a roadmap to restore the old situation in Kashmir and reinstates Article 370, then Pakistan is ready to hold talks.

Imran Khan puts forward old condition for talks

Imran Khan has once again put the same old condition for talks with India. He said that India has crossed the red line by abolishing the special status of Kashmir

He said it would be acceptable for Pakistan to resume talks between the two countries if India restores Article 370. Imran Khan once again called this decision of India a violation of international law and the rules of the UN Security Council. 

However, from the beginning, Pakistan rejects this argument. India says it is its internal matter. No country has the right to interfere in this.

Imran Khan stuck on Article 370

Imran Khan said that India had abolished the special status given to Kashmir under Article 370 of the Constitution on August 5, 2019. With this constitutional amendment, India stripped Kashmir of its statehood and transformed it into two union territories. 

Pakistan says that unless Kashmir’s special status is restored, no talks with India are possible. This time in his interview, Imran Khan said that Pakistan is ready for talks if India only tells the roadmap to cancel its decision. 

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In his interview, Imran Khan said that he has always wanted to have an open-hearted relationship with India. Imran said that everyone knows that if you want to reduce poverty in the Indian sub-continent, then the best way to do this is to increase trade with each other. In this regard, he gave the example of the European Union.

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