Addressing South Asia at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Khar said he may be good for his country, but I don’t see him as a partner, in which former Indian prime ministers Manmohan Singh and Atal Bihari Vajpayee could see that Pakistan had learned its lessons and now wanted to move on. His statement coincided with a statement made by Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in the UAE, who requested talks with PM Modi.
Indo-Pak issues were going to be resolved
For what Hina Rabbani Khar said for India, her own journalists are showing her a mirror. A few days ago, Pakistani journalist Javed Chaudhary said in his audio column that Pakistan Army had persuaded PM Modi to come to Pakistan in 2020. He was supposed to be here on April 9, 2021. At this time trade between India and Pakistan could have started and the Kashmir issue could have been resolved.
Imran backed out at the last moment
Chaudhary claimed that the then Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan backed out at the last minute on the advice of Shah Mehmood Qureshi. Qureshi said, “If that happens, you will be sealed in the Kashmir deal.” Currently, Pakistan is in a severe economic crisis. There has been an alarming rise in prices in the country and there has been a shortage of food and drink. In such a situation, Pakistan wants to negotiate with India. Shahbaz recently said in UAE that Pakistan has learned its lesson and now wants to live in peace with India.