Indo-Pak talks with a clause: No violations along LoC

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New Delhi, Aug 1: As India and Pakistan get ready to talk, the latter has been told in clear terms that there shall be no further violations along the Line of Control.

India has informed Pakistan that any attempt at violations along the LoC or infiltration bids would not be tolerated and the talks could be called off.

Indo-Pak talks with a clause

At the moment the talks between the two National Security Advisors of India and Pakistan are on track. Indian officials tell OneIndia that the engagement process is preferred and Pakistan needs to understand this. It should not do anything to jeopardize the talks, the official also says.

Talks on track, but Pakistan must behave:

After the Gurdaspur attack, there was talk that the talks between the two National Security Advisors of India and Pakistan may be called off. However India decided that it would go ahead with the talks and also signaled that the same was on track.

During the talks the Gurdaspur attack would be discussed.

However India said yesterday that the Pakistan government did not have any role to play in the attack. India has however found that the three terrorists entered into Gurdaspur from Pakistan.

India will inform Pakistan's NSA, Sartaj Aziz about the proof it has relating to the attack and urge him to act against the non-state actors present on their soil.

India does not want the talks to be called off at any cost. It understands that no one gains anything if the talks are called off and several times in the past violations by Pakistan and its terrorists have turned out to be deal breakers. India feels that it is better to engage with Pakisan than not talk.

On the talks table:

There are very standard issues that India and Paksitan would discuss during the NSA level meet. India has questions about the speed of the 26/11 trial and also the release of Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi.

India and Pakistan will seek to iron out the differences and pave the way for the talks between Prime Ministers of India and Paksitan, Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharrif.

The Gurdaspur attack too would be discussed during the talks. Pakistan had already indicated that it suspects India's role in Peshawar attack and is likely to raise that subject as well.

Sources however say that it will not be a mud slinging match between the two NSA's. The idea is to ensure that a road map is laid so that talks can continue and a fruitful result emerges out of it.

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