Modi ‘wants an end’ to bitter relations with Pakistan

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi ‘wants an end’ to years of bitter relations with nuclear power nation Pakistan. However, he is of the opinion that Pakistan should take the responsibility of creating a suitable environment to normalize relations.

Modi arrived in Hiroshima last Friday to attend the G7 summit. In an interview with Nikkei Asia, one of Japan’s most important media outlets, he said that dangerous trends such as supporting militants should be stopped. Dawn’s news.

In this regard, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that Islamabad is willing to resolve any concerns of Delhi. But Islamabad expects the same from India.

Earlier this month, Bilawal Bhutto went to Goa, India to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting. India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar welcomed there. A few minutes later, Jaishankar, who was present with Bilawal, made a strong statement about the ‘threat of terrorism’, including cross-border terrorism.

In an interview to the Japanese media, Modi said about the unrest in eastern Ladakh, peace and stability in the area is essential to establish normal bilateral relations with China. However, he made it clear that the behavior of occupying any part of their border is not acceptable.

Incidentally, there have been calls from both countries for talks, but no progress has been seen. Delhi has been blaming Pakistan-based militant groups for the series of terrorist attacks in border areas including Kashmir. The Modi government has always complained that Islamabad itself is indirectly supporting these groups. But Pakistan has been rejecting these allegations. As a result, the world is not seeing the light of the peace talks between the two neighboring countries.

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