Indo-Pak talks cancelled: Pak says can't accept conditions

New Delhi, Aug 22: The National Security Advisor of Pakistan, Sartaj Aziz is likely not to visit India tomorrow. Paksitan is not agreeable to the clause that the talks will be centric to terrorism only and the Kashmir issue will not be discussed.

Pakistan was particular that the talks shall include the Kashmir a clause that India was not agreeable to.

Indo-Pak talks cancelled?

Sources informed OneIndia that Pakistan’s NSA, Sartaj Aziz is not coming to India tomorrow as they are not agreeable with the conditions that have been set by India.


India had earlier said that the talks between the NSA’s of India and Paksitan shall revolve only around terror and the decision by Pakistan to speak with the Hurriyat leaders is not acceptable.

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Pakistan shall not speak about Kashmir as it not part of the agenda, Sushma Swaraj, external affairs minister of India had said at a press conference.

Aziz who held a press conference in Pakistan earlier today said that he was willing to travel to India and hold talks however maintained that the Kashmir issue shall be discussed and the meeting with the separatists was on the cards.

He said that Pakistan is not ready to take dictations from India and if the talks were conditional, then Pakistan was not willing to talk.

The Indo-Pak talks at the NSA level had run into troubled waters ever Pakistan decided to invite the separatists over for talks.

India objected to the same and said that the talks will be “terror only.”

However, Pakistan had said that Kashmir will be an integral part of the talks and they are not prepared to abide by the conditions laid down by India.

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