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Pakistan ready to hold talks with India: NSA

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Lahore
National Security Advisor (NSA) Lt. Gen (Retd) Nasir Janjua said that Pakistan is ready to negotiate with India on all core issues including Jammu & Kashmir.
Talking to media, he said that India has to eventually come on the table for talks to protect its own interests. Pakistan has been conducting backdoor diplomacy with India to resolve the issues and release tensions through dialogues. He said that India had committed unprecedented human rights violations in the occupied Kashmir adding that authorities in the neighboring country are confused.
NSA said that the Pak Army soldiers are protecting the borders adding that the state will triumph in war against terrorism.
Responding to a question, he said that the soil of Afghanistan has been used to conduct terror attacks in Pakistan as there is clear evidence of terrorists’ hideouts. “All our areas are clear. Terrorists come from across the border,”
He said that Afghan administration has no writ on its own soil and Pakistan as a responsible state only raises its voice in the region.
Nasir Janjua has stressed the need for national alliance on the issue of terrorism such that all political powers in the country should be on the same page.



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