Nawaz’s meeting with Modi political surrender: Asiya

Srinagar: Dukhtaran-e-Millat chairperson Asiya Andrabi on Tuesday described Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sherief meeting with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi as ‘political surrender.”
“Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony was not an ordinary event but India wanted to show entire world that it is a superpower in the region and small countries find to be safer by going along with it,” she said in a statement.
“Modi talked about terrorism and 26/11 but Nawaz Sherief did not even brought Kashmir and ongoing terrorism in Pakistan on his lips,” she said.
Referring to post meeting interaction by Sherief, she said, “He said that both countries expressed endeavor to continue dialogue for resolving bilateral issue between the two countries. However Kashmir is not a bilateral but an internationally recognized issue and it makes clear that the meeting was only confined to trade of potatoes and tomatoes,” she said, adding, “Nawaz could not even raise issue of water which is imperative for Pakistan.”
It is the same surrender, she said, which General Niyazi made in 1971 before the ‘might’ of Indian army.
Referring to Nawaz’s statements that India and Pakistan have a same culture, Asiya questioned him as to what was the need to partition.