Pakistan, which has rejected the decision to trade with India, says that it has never denied the talks. Pakistan claimed on Friday that it never withdrew from ‘meaningful’ talks with India, but the matter of normalizing relations with India was taken into consideration by Jammu and Kashmir’s decision to revoke its special status. Is connected to.
Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhary was asked about the cabinet decision that the import of cotton and sugar was not allowed even after the approval of a high-level body. He said that the Federal Cabinet deferred the decision of the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) to import sugar, cotton and cotton yarn from India as relations with India would not be ‘ordinary’ unless India was a special state of Jammu and Kashmir. Does not reconsider its decision to cancel the status.
India refused to comment
Pakistan keeps trying to prove itself friendly to the people of Jammu and Kashmir by chanting the 370 on every occasion, whereas the main source of terrorism in the valley is the terrorists who infiltrated from Pakistan, to send them across the border secretly. Pakistani army keeps violating ceasefire on the border the day it arrives.
At the same time, India on Friday refused to comment on the issue of changing the attitude of Pakistan on the plan to make limited imports of cotton and sugar. When asked about this, Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi told reporters that we have seen the news about this but it is clear that we are not the right party to ask this question.
Business decision canceled citing 370
Significantly, the Pakistani cabinet on Thursday rejected the high-powered committee’s proposal to import cotton and sugar from India. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that the relationship cannot be normal until the Indian government withdraws its decision to revoke the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.
The decision came after the announcement by Pakistan’s new finance minister Hammad Azhar on Wednesday in which he announced the withdrawal of the nearly two-year-old ban on import of cotton and sugar from India after the ECC meeting chaired by him. Had