PM Narendra Modi, Imran Khan sat on the dinner table together, India maintained the no bilateral talk stand.
Amid souring relations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan attended the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on Thursday but did not exchange any pleasantries.
PM Narendra Modi and Imran Khan sat in the front row separated by 7 seven leaders, yet there was no “dua-salaam” (pleasantries) exchanged.
- Earlier Imran Khan told a news agency that Pakistan’s relationship with India is at its “lowest point”, and expected that Modi will resolve all differences including the Kashmir issue.
- On Thursday, Narendra Modi also met Chinese President Xi Jinping and raised the issue of cross-border terrorism spreading from Pakistan.
- Two years ago Modi met Pakistan Ex-PM Nawaz Sharif and went to watch a cultural performance at SCO summit.
- Imran Khan also said that Pakistan believes in progress coming with peace but the Indian government paid no heed to his approach.
Pakistan continuous to stab India behind the back
Just 2 days ago, another terrorist attack took place in Kashmir’s Anantnag Town. This time militants targeted a security patrol and five CRPF men were martyred. This clearly shows how Pakistan is playing its old tactics of crying out loud for peace on international platform and continuing its terror activities in the Kashmir Valley. This time our government has shown that we are not going to have any kind of bilateral meeting with our neighbor unless they take some action against the terrorists to which they are providing safe lands.
Time for Modi to act
From the Kashmiri Pandits to the families of soldiers guarding the LOC, everyone wants a solution to the Kashmir issue. Nobody wants more blood to be spilt there. But there is no one to blame other than the top officials and corrupt politicians on both sides of the border. Indians have put their trust in Narendra Modi to end the Kashmir issue once and for all. It now comes to him how he is going to handle Pakistan and the militants in Kashmir Valley.