Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif wishes to hold peace talks with India
Lahore : Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to come forward and have a peace talks with Pakistan over the burning issue of Kashmir. His remarks came during an interview with the Dubai based AI Arabia TV. He mentioned that Pakistan has learnt his lesson and after 3 wars his nation has only ended up facing damages and poverty.
During the interview Pakistan PM said, " my message to Prime Minister Modi and the Indian leadership is to sit down on a table and have a serious and sincere talks to resolve issues like Kashmir. The time has come when we should start looking at living peacefully and stop wasting time and resources."
He also mentioned that in the past 3 wars with India, Pakistan had only faced misery, poverty and unemployment. "We have learnt our lesson and now we want to live in peace with India, provided we are able to resolve our genuine problems," Pakistan PM added.
Currently, Pakistan is facing a massive economic crisis in the nation, under which people are forced to buy essential goods at a double or somewhere triple prices.
Talking about the war, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif mentioned that both India and Pakistan are nuclear nations and if God forbid a war breaks out, who will be there to tell what had happened? This is the time when Pakistan will not be looking forward to waste its resources on bombs and ammunations.
At a recent UN meeting, Pakistan had raked up the issue of Kashmir. India head last doubt at Pakistan for waking up the issue and termed it as "desperate attempt to peddle falsehood."