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India rejects Sharif’s demand for US intervention on Kashmir.


Rejecting Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s demand for US intervention in resolving the Kashmir issue, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Sunday said India will not accept this as the matter is a bilateral one agreed to between the two nations.

He expressed concern over repeated ceasefire violations at the Line of Control and hoped these do not result in any more casualties. He, however, rejected suggestions that these have led to a collapse of the truce between the two neighbours.

Mr. Khurshid also said that any US economic aid to Pakistan must not be used in a manner that is detrimental to India’s security and strategic interests and hoped that Washington will keep that in mind as a “good strategic partner."

“There is no way in which India will accept any intervention on an issue that is entirely accepted in the Simla Agreement as a bilateral issue between India and Pakistan,” he told NDTV.

He said Kashmir is an integral part of India and no one should raise a question on that. “It is a waste of time for anybody no matter how eminent to be even trying to question it,” he said. ;)

On whether the ceasefire has collapsed, he said, “I don’t think that is true. There are many violations. It is a large number of small armed fires. It is unacceptable and certainly counter—productive. But I don’t think we can at this point say that ceasefire has collapsed. That would not be a correct assessment of the situation.

On US economic aid to Pakistan, Mr. Khurshid said, “I hope this is done keeping India’s interests in mind as United States always assures us.”

Ahead of his meeting with President Barack Obama, Mr. Sharif on Sunday sought US intervention in resolving the Kashmir issue.

“Though India did not want such (third party) intervention, but the world powers should get involved to resolve the (Kashmir) issue,” he told reporters in London during a stopover while on his way to US wherein he will meet Mr. Obama on Wednesday.

“India and Pakistan both were nuclear powers and the region was a nuclear flash point,” he said.


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faisal6309

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Now who is not supporting peace talks? When Pakistan will do something India will cry..
 

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Now who is not supporting peace talks? When Pakistan will do something India will cry..

There cannot be a Third party intervention in kashmir and its our stated position since the inception of issue!

The road towards resolving this issue only and only crosses from New Delhi and not from Washington or for that matter any other third country!
 

faisal6309

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What should India talk with Pakistan? Nothing is going come out if the talks are on Kashmir.
Yes nothing will come out if you stay on that Kashmir is a part of India..

There is only solution to Kashmir and that is one more full fledged war.
Why you people always want war. War is not solution for everything. Also both countries are not prepared for War and you know it.
 

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Indias position is clear, we want LOC as border. Instead of living in unreal world and plan accordingly some people want to continue living in hopes. Getting real and acting accordingly will help a lot.
 

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Good. Pakistan's and India's matter, both should find a solution together... but I doubt this will ever happen due to the nature of South Asian people.
 

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I don't need to explain. You know it why
I don't understand why. This is not only my position, even GOI has the same attitude towards talk with Pakistan. That is the reason why there were no Indo - Pak talks since 2008.
 

faisal6309

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I don't understand why. This is not only my position, even GOI has the same attitude towards talk with Pakistan. That is the reason why there were no Indo - Pak talks since 2008.
Situation is getting worse. Talk is must.

Otherwise we will witness unforseen consequences.
 

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