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    Pakistan has toughened stand on Kashmir


    Pakistan has toughened stand on

    Tawi, January 6 (KIP): Pakistan seems to have toughened its stand on
    Kashmir. On one hand Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, has said that
    Kashmir is an integral part of Pakistan and has praised militants
    especially Burhan Wani for generating a new passion for the liberation
    of Kashmir.
    On the other side Pakistan's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj
    Aziz has sent a to new UN Secretary- General Antonio Guterres,
    saying it is responsibility of the UN to play its role for the just
    and durable settlement of the outstanding issue of Kashmir,
    Aziz also noted in the letter that the challenges confronting the
    region could be best addressed through regional cooperation, conflict
    resolution and peaceful settlement of disputes, Foreign Office (FO)
    said in a statement
    In fact Shari's statement and Aziz's letter leave
    little scope for to reopen the channels of dialogue for
    resolving bilateral problems. For India Kashmir is a settled issue and
    let Pakistan announce its decision to resolve water dispute, Sir
    Creek and Siachen issues and New Delhi is willing to discuss it.

    India has conveyed to the US and to the UN Chief that
    since Pakistan exported terror to India it would be difficult for
    India to export water to Pakistan. This suggestion has been conveyed to
    Washington and to the UN Chief after the two suggested to India and
    Pakistan to reopen talks for resolving all the bilateral issues.

    It is in this context that the Army Chief,  Gen Rawat has
    cautioned militants against committing any mischief as he had directed
    troops to be tough against militants and initiate measures for  giving
    a firm reply to Pakistan which has launched proxy war against India
    in Jammu and Kashmir since 1988. (KIP)

    The Northlines is an independent source on the Web for news, facts and figures relating to Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and its neighbourhood.

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