No dialogue with India until it restores Kashmir’s special status: Imran Khan
Islamabad, May 11: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday reiterated that until India reverses its 5 August decision of scrapping Article 370, the country will not hold any dialogue with New Delhi.
Khan said,” I want to tell people of Kashmir that until India does not reverse the 5 August decision, Pakistani government won’t talk to India.”
He was responding to public queries via telephone.
Khan’s statement comes amid a thaw in relationship between arch-rivals India and Pakistan.
Earlier this year the two nuclear neighbours announced ceasefire along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir which was followed by exchange of pleasantries between Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and Imran Khan.
Reports also emerged about the two countries holding back-channel talks to resolve all issues including that of Kashmir.