BJP hits back at Pakistan, says talks with Islamabad only on terrorism issue and not on Kashmir
BJP leader Shaina NC responds to Pakistan Foreign Affair Minister's statement on ongoing unrest in Kashmir.
New Delhi: Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) leader Shaina NC on Friday criticised Pakistan's politicization of Kashmir issue and said that talks between India and Pakistan will only take place on the issue of terrorism and not on Kashmir and the government will not compromise on this sensitive issue.
"Prime Minister has said time and again that dialogue with Pakistan will not be about Kashmir, it will be about terrorism and there is no compromise that is ever going to happen," Shaina NC said.
Responding to Pakistan's Foreign Affairs advisor Sartaj Aziz's comment on unrest in Kashmir, Shaina said, "Sartaj Aziz can say what he wants but do we want to trust Pakistan. It is for our Prime Minister and security agencies to work in collusion with the government of the day to decide what is the best approach to delink with Pakistan because as they say once bitten twice shy."
"One side we have Indian and on the other, the people who divide India," she said while adding that Kashmir is not up for bargain or for sale.
Aziz had on Thursday asserted that Pakistan has always provided and will continue to provide diplomatic, political and moral support to the people of Jammu and Kashmir for realisation of their fundamental rights to self-determination in accordance with the UNSC resolutions.
Aziz had also mentioned that Pak had lodged its protests with the Indian High Commissioner on the situation prevailing across the border.
It is to be noted that Indo-Pak talks where suspended several times in the recent past over issues like terrorism, Kashmir among others.