Congress blames Pakistan for peace process suspension

| Thursday, April 7, 2016 - 21:43
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Indo-Pak peace process suspension, Congress blames Pakistan

Congress terms Peace process suspension as "unfortunate"

New Delhi: Blaming Pakistan for "betraying" the peace process, the Congress on Thursday termed its suspension by Pakistan as "extremely unfortunate" and also hoped that the Indian government had learnt a lesson from this.
"Pakistan's unilateral suspension of peace process is extremely unfortunate. It is also a grim reminder of how Pakistan time and again has betrayed the peace process and its commitment to resolve all bilateral issues through peaceful negotiations," said Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala. 
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"We sincerely hope that BJP government has learnt their lesson and refrains from unthought, unconsulted diplomatic moves purely aimed at building Prime Minister Narendra Modi's larger than life persona at the cost of compromising our nation's safety and security," he added.
Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit, while addressing a press conference on Thursday, said the peace process between India and Pakistan stood suspended.

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