ISLAMABAD: The adviser of the Pakistan’s Prime Minister on national security and foreign affairs Mr. Sartaj Aziz said that there would be no dialogue taking place between India and Pakistan unless, Kashmir is included in the agenda of the Bilateral meet.
Mr.Aziz today, briefed the media over the outcome of the meeting held between the Pakistan and India Prime Ministers, last week. He said that it was a good beginning and was focused at reducing tensions. However, he also added that Pakistan will not compromise on its dignity and honor and said that a dialogue will be initiated between the two countries only if the issue of Kashmir is on the agenda of the meeting.
He also said that Pakistan needs more evidence from India over the trial of the LeT operations commander chief Zaki-ur Rahman Lakhvi, citing it as a reason for the accused’s release from prison in April.
India has been demanding a fair trial over the 26/11 Mumbai attacks case since 2008. However, there wasn’t any major development in this regard with the main accused and the LeT operations commander Lakhvi being released by a court in Pakistan, due to lack of evidence, The Times of India reports.
The Prime Ministers of the two neighboring countries met nearly after an Year, in a Bilateral meeting, on the sidelines of the Sfo summit in Russia, last week and discussed various current issues.