Pakistan is desperate to hold talk with India and pressuring the US government to help it to negotiate with India, Pakistani official sources said to the newspaper ‘The Nation’.
Pakistan foreign ministry sources told The Nation, “Pakistan did not want the region to be pushed to war.” According to an official, the whole West and India doubt on Pakistan’s credentials on anti-terrorism war. “They are convinced regarding our efforts for talks but believe India may be right to doubt us.”
The official added that Pakistan complained to US that it offered India for talks for multiple times but India avoiding the negotiations.
The other official asserted the paper that Washington will try to convince India but Pakistan has to improve its ‘anti-terror image’.
A Pakistan foreign ministry official told the newspaper that India is also believing in talks like them but the neighbor country asking them “to do more”. He added that Pakistan constantly telling them that they have nothing to do with Uri attack for “all these weeks”.
Earlier this week, US said that it is trying to force Islamabad to take action against the terrorist groups who using the land to carry on their terrorism.
State Department spokesman Mark Toner said New Delhi and Islamabad should take a “conciliatory approach” to solve their issue.
The tension between two nations escalated after the Uri attack where Pakistan based Jaish terrorists killed 19 Indian jawans and in response India conducted surgical strikes across the LoC in Pakistan occupied Kashmir.