Pakistan would not accept Indian diktat over Kashmir: Sartaj Aziz
27 June 2016,
"Both sides have said that terrorism is a common enemy and both sides agree that there should be cooperation for dealing with this issue. We are holding discussions for a joint mechanism," said Sartaz Aziz, Adviser on Foreign Affairs to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Islamabad: Pakistan would not accept Indian diktat over Kashmir, Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs advisor Sartaj Aziz said on Monday. He also said Islamabad was exploring ways to “completely expose” the network set up by alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadav.
Talking to media here, Aziz said the security establishment in all democratic countries was taken on board while making a country’s foreign policy.
“Like USA, we also take our security establishment on board,” said Aziz.
The Prime Minister’s top advisor said that Pakistan would not accept India’s “dictation” over Kashmir, however, the country does not want tensions on the Line of Control (LOC).
To a question, Aziz said Kashmir will top the agenda of dialogue with India.
“Pakistan is exploring ways to completely expose network established by Kalbhushan Jadav,” he said.
In March, Jadav was arrested from Balochistan.
He later allegedly confessed to being an Indian agent sent to Pakistan in order to destabilise the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).