Pakistan has to walk away from ‘terror’: India

Pakistan has to walk away from ‘terror’: India

NEW DELHI: A day after Pakistan’s envoy expressed Islamabad’s desire to have good relations with India, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Gopal Baglay on Friday said that the neighbouring country has to “walk away from the terror”.
“Pakistan has to walk away from terror,” Baglay said while addressing MEA’s weekly media briefing.
He also said the “terrorism emerging from Pakistan is affecting not merely India but other neighbours too”.
“… and this remains core concern,” the MEA spokesperson said.
On Thursday, Pakistan’s ambassador to India, Abdul Basit, said that the Pakistan has always tried to maintain good relations with its neighbours and they want good relations with India too.
“We hope that we will be able to solve our differences and issues especially the Kashmir issue,” the Pakistan envoy had said.

2 Responses to "Pakistan has to walk away from ‘terror’: India"

  1. Sam   March 25, 2017 at 12:58 am

    Stop preaching…Start kicking!!!

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  2. KASHMIRI   March 25, 2017 at 6:32 pm

    HOW CAN A TERRORIST COUNTRY TALK LIKE THAT TO A PEACE LOVING COUNTRY WHO ALWAYS CHEATED THE PEOPLE OF KASHMIR WHO WANTED TO KICK OUT INDIA FROM KASHMIR.INDIAN EVEN SUCCEEDED IN BUYING THE EEMAN OF 95% BAKRAS WHO FOILED THE FREEDOM STRUGGLE OF KASHMIR WHILE MIRWAIZ TAKES REFUGE UNDER THE POLICE SECURITY YET NO ONE CALLS HIM THE TRAITOR BECA– USE HE DOES NOT EXPEL THE GHADARS IN HIS PARTY ! INDIA EVEN ARRESTS FEW GHADARS SO THAT NO ONE SUSPECTS THEM!

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