Shehbaz Sharif in an interview with Dubai-based Al Arabiya TV said that Pakistan has learned its lesson after three wars with India and stressed that now it wants peace with its neighbour.
In an interview with Dubai-based Al Arabiya TV, Sharif said that Pakistan has learned its lesson after three wars with India and stressed that now it wants peace with its neighbour. Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has called for “serious and sincere talks” with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on “burning points like Kashmir.”
Shehbaz Sharif said “My message to the Indian leadership and Prime Minister Modi is that let’s sit down on the table and have serious and sincere talks to resolve our burning points like Kashmir. It is up to us to live peacefully and make progress or quarrel with each other and waste time and resources.”
Pakistan Prime Minister said in an interview with Dubai-based Arabic news channel. “We have had three wars with India, and they have only brought more misery, poverty, and unemployment to the people.” Shehbaz Sharif said in the interview that was aired on Monday. “We have learnt our lesson, and we want to live in peace with India, provided we are able to resolve our genuine problems.”
Pakistan, which is battling a severe economic crisis, public discontent against the ruling regime due to flour crisis and fuel shortage among others is also faced with rising instances of terror attacks by the proscribed outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), which had ended a ceasefire with the country’s security forces late last year.
In the interview to Al Arabiya Shehbaz Sharif said “India is our neighbour country, we are neighbours. Let’s be very blunt, even if we are not neighbours by choice we are there for ever and it is up to us for us to live peacefully and progress or quarrel with each other and waste time and resources.