Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa has once again chanted peace with India. Bajwa said on Thursday that India and Pakistan should move forward by burying the past. But even during this statement, Bajwa gave the rant of Kashmir. The Pakistani army chief said that until the Kashmir issue is resolved, lasting peace cannot be established in the Indian subcontinent.
Addressing the Islamabad Security Dialogue, General Bajwa said, “With the stabilization of Indo-Pak relations, connectivity between East and West Asia will be ensured. Through this, the capacity of South and Central Asia will be unlocked. Bajwa said, this capability has always been hostage due to disputes and unresolved issues between neighbors armed with two nuclear weapons.
Time to move ahead by burying the past: Bajwa
The Pakistani army chief said the tone of Kashmir, saying the issue of Kashmir is the most important. It is important to understand that till the Kashmir issue is not resolved through peaceful means. Till then, no peace initiative in this area will be successful. Bajwa said, we feel that this is the time when we should bury the past and move forward. Our neighboring country needs to create a favorable environment in Kashmir. The world has seen the havoc of World War and Cold War. Everyone is aware of how it ravaged havoc against humanity.
Imran also talked about peace
This statement of Bajwa talking about peace has come at such a time. When Prime Minister Imran Khan had said a day earlier that India would have to take the first step to normalize relations with Pakistan. Imran said that we are trying to improve relations with India. But India will have to take the first step. We cannot do anything until they do.