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3:24 pm - Monday April 22, 1867

Kasuri calls for resumption of dialogue between Ind & Pak

Agencies, New Delhi

Former External Affairs Minister of Pakistan Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri today called for resumption of dialogue with India without any conditions. Mr Kasuri said the deadlock in the dialogue between the neighbours should end and they should start talking.

He also called for reconsideration of the four point formula given by former Pak President Gen Parvez Musharraf to resolve the issue between two nations. “Things are not moving because the two nations are not talking”, he said.

Mr Kasuri was speaking at a programme organised by the Centre for Peace and Progress. He also said Jawaharlal Nehru and General Ayubh Khan had made lot of progress in resolving the Kashmir issue, but the dialogue broke down and the matter remained where it was.

Kasuri also called for making Kashmiri people a party in any dialogue between India and Pakistan to resolove the issue. “the Kashmir issue is not between India and Pakistan, Kashmiri people also have to be involved”, Mr Kasuri said.

He said India does not want the crutches of the US to make the world recognise it as a power. But he also said Pakistan could not be isolated.

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