Multan (Punjab), Dec. 14 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has said that not talking with India would only benefit terrorists.
Addressing a press conference here, Gilani admitted that the Mumbai terror attacks had created a rift between India and Pakistan, but both countries should realize that all issues should be settled through talks.
"Pakistan wants good relations with all its neighbours, including India. However, the Mumbai attacks created a rift between India and Pakistan," he said, pointing towards cooperation between the two countries on anti-terrorism.
He added that only terrorists would benefit from the stalled talks between Pakistan and India.
Gilani refused to say anything on the alleged Indian involvement in Balochistan, saying it was a sensitive issue and statements on it should be avoided.
"We cannot disclose our strategy but we have evidence [of Indian involvement] and will present it at an appropriate forum at a suitable time," he said. (ANI)