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India refuses to "negotiate with dialogue" from Pakistan



India has denied the media reports that it was said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Foreign Minister SJ Shankar accepted the offer of talks in response to his Pakistani counterparts.

According to the Indian newspaper 'The Hindu', India denied reports of engagement in Pakistan's media.

Indian Foreign Minister Spokesperson Ravish Kumar said while addressing the questions raised in the context, "The Prime Minister and the External Affairs Minister answered the messages received from the Pakistani leadership under the 'Marxist diplomatic tradition'.

He said that Narendra Modi wrote in the reply that "it is very important for establishing an atmosphere of terror, violence, and sincerity-free trust" and the Foreign Minister also emphasized the need for a safe and secure environment of terrorism.

On which he was asked whether any such talk was made regarding the talks in the posts, the spokesperson of the office denied that it was 'no such thing'
Earlier, sources of the Pakistani Foreign Office said that Pakistan's peace process and all settlement demanding talks on demanding issues but ultimately India has shown its willingness.

According to the sources of External Affairs, this positive reaction was expressed by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Foreign Minister Subramannam Jay Shankar in the letter written to the Pakistani leadership.

In the beginning of this month, Prime Minister Imran Khan sent a letter to his counterpart on the success of Indian Premier Janta Party (BJP) to handle Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Prime Minister and the election in which the talks were offered.
In his letter, the Prime Minister had proposed that peace and stability in the region should be negotiated for resolving problems facing the people of both countries, including Jammu and Kashmir.

On the other hand, External Affairs Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also welcomed the nine selected External Affairs Minister Subramanam Jay Shankar by holding a letter.

According to the sources of External Affairs, on Tuesday, Pakistan received Indian posts through diplomatic routes, which expressed positive commitment to the Pakistan offer and to negotiate negotiations.

In the reply, the Indian Prime Minister and the External Affairs Minister talked about a comprehensive and aggressive dialogue between Pakistan and India.

The letter was told that India wants peace and development in the region and it is keen to connect with all the countries of the region.
In Indian posts, it was said that India has always preferred the development and peace of the people and in this regard, Pakistan is ready to negotiate with all countries, and will be given special attention to the issue of terrorism in the talks. .

According to the sources, the Indian authorities also appreciated Pakistan's spirit for peace and development in the region.

According to the statement issued by the Indian External Affairs Minister, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had to say in a reply letter that it is very important to establish an atmosphere of terror, violence, and sincere confidence.
On the other hand, the Indian External Affairs Minister also emphasized the need for a safe and secure environment of terrorism.

The posts mentioned last week were received after a direct meeting on the occasion of the Shanghai Cooperation Summit with Indian counterpart Prime Minister Imran Khan.

External Affairs Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that the meeting between Shanghai Prime Minister Imran Khan and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi was held and discussed in the meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

Remember that while assuming the power last year, Prime Minister Imran Khan hoped the relationship between the two nuclear neighbors was normal.
However, February 14 in February this year, more than 40 heavy soldiers were killed in a suicide strike on a heavyweight caravan in Palma, India-based Kashmir-based Kashmir. India has accused him of being instantly on Pakistan, whose Pakistan Had denied

The situation between the two countries was more tense when the Indian Air Force blamed the Balakot area in the air, which said that the air airlines killed 2 megawatts and captured an Indian pilot Abhinbandan, which was later under goodwill. Was also released.

Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed the views on various occasions that Indian leaders give anti-Pakistan statements to get public sympathy in the elections.

After the success in the elections, Prime Minister Imran Khan had also congratulated his Indian counterpart.

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