Islamabad, Sept 8: Narendra Modi led Indian government has been anti-Pakistan since the day it assumed office, said Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz.
"The policy of the Modi government since they came to power has been anti-Pakistan. They ran the election on this platform and want to improve relations on their terms," Aziz was quoted as saying on Tuesday.
"There was no use of dialogue with India until all matters including Kashmir came into discussion. Relations cannot improve until all outstanding issues are discussed and solved,"added he, reported Geo TV.
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While commenting on upcoming meeting between Pak-India DG Rangers, he said that it will improve the condition along the Line of Control and Working Boundary.
A five-day DG level talks between India and Pakistan is set to
take place from September 9.
A 16-member delegation headed by Pakistan Rangers Director General (Punjab) Maj Gen Umar Farooq Burki is expected to travel to Attari-Wagah border crossing in Punjab on September 8 and later fly down from Amritsar to participate in the talks in New Delhi with the Border Security Force.
The Indian delegation with as many members will be led by BSF chief Devendra Kumar Pathak.