PM Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan may start the bilateral talk in Kyrgyzstan next week.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with Imran Khan will be attending a summit in Kyrgyzstan’s capital Bishkek. Reports claim that they will meet on the sidelines of the summit, but there is no official confirmation yet.
- Narendra Modi and Imran Khan to attend Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) meeting in Kyrgyzstan’s capital Bishkek.
- Reports claim they will meet on the sidelines of the summit, however, no official decision taken yet on whether they will meet or not.
- Above all, If they meet, India is expected to convey the same red lines of terror to Pakistan
Should Modi engage in dialog with Imran Khan?
Imran Khan congratulated PM Narendra Modi on a phone call last week. He was not invited to Modi’s oath-taking ceremony which showed India’s firm stand over earlier terror activities across the border. Therefore, India has already given their stand on bilateral talks.
There should not be any talk unless and until Pakistan takes some stiff action against Masood Azhar and Hafeez Saeed. Pakistan shouting for peace is nothing new. We had seen them doing this before and simultaneously continuing their terror activities in the Kashmir valley.