Pakistan has ‘threatened to withdraw’ from facilitating US-Taliban talks if unprovoked Indian aggression on the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir continues.
As Taliban and US sit down for talks on Afghan Peace process in Doha, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that the Indian aggression at the Line of Control can lead to impact Pakistan’s role in facilitating the Afghan Peace talks.
While talking to ARY News on Saturday, Qureshi vehemently opposed India’s alleged “nefarious designs and increased aggression” in Kashmir and on the Line of Control (LoC).
India in it’s war frenzy is not only sabotaging regional peace but also committing gross human rights violations along the LOC. I urge the nations of the world to take strict notice of the ongoing situation in IOK and LOC. https://t.co/IQCotv472O
— Shah Mahmood Qureshi (@SMQureshiPTI) August 3, 2019
He also expressed his doubts over the recent escalation in aggression by India along the line of control (LoC) and the recently beefed up Indian Army presence in Kashmir.
Qureshi opined that the Indian preparations are concerning and may plunge the region into further anarchy and chaos.
He added that if things got out of hand then the recent scuffles between both countries over the “disputed territory” of Kashmir could result in serious repercussions for the entire region and the Afghan ‘Peace talks’ initiative, which is being spearheaded by Pakistan.