“We Have Learnt Our Lesson…”: Pak PM Shehbaz Sharif’s Message To PM Modi


ABU DHABI: Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has called for “serious. And sincere discussions” with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on “burning points like Kashmir”. In an interview with Dubai-based Al Arabiya TV, Sharif said that Pakistan had learned. Its lesson after three wars with India and insisted that it now seeks peace with its neighbour.

“My message to the Indian leadership and Prime Minister Modi is that let us sit at the table and have. Aserious and sincere discussion to resolve our burning points like Kashmir. It is up to us to live peacefully and progress or fight with each other and waste time and resources. ,” said Shehbaz Sharif.

“We have had three wars with India and they have only brought more misery. Poverty and unemployment to the people,” Pakistan’s prime minister said. In an interview with a Dubai-based Arabic news channel.

“We have learned our lesson, and we want to be at peace with India, if. We can resolve our real issues,” Shehbaz Sharif said in an interview aired on Monday.

Pakistan, which is grappling with a severe economic crisis. Has faced increasing incidents of terrorist attacks. By the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) group.

Fuel shortages and popular discontent against the ruling regime due. To the flour crisis, among others, which was the country’s last country late last year. The ceasefire with the security forces has ended.

“India is our neighboring country, we are neighbours. Let us be very blunt, even though we are not preferred neighbours.

We are there forever and it is up to us to live peacefully and prosper or quarrel with each other and waste time. And wealth. It’s up to us,” said Shehbaz Sharif in an interview with Al Arabiya.

Shehbaz Sharif also raised the issue of Kashmir and said, “Pakistan wants peace but what is happening in Kashmir should stop.”

In the interview uploaded on the @AlArabiya_shows Twitter handle on Monday. The Pakistani leader said that both countries have engineers, doctors and skilled workers.

“We want to use these resources for prosperity and bring peace to the region so that both nations can grow.”

“Pakistan does not want to waste its wealth of bombs and ammunition. We are nuclear-powered, armed to the teeth, and if, God forbid, a war breaks out, who will live to tell what happened?” she said.

In November last year, India lashed out at Pakistan for raising the Kashmir issue during a UN debate, calling it a “desperate attempt to push lies”.

“As we meet today to discuss UNSC reform, a representative of Pakistan has once again made an absurd reference to Jammu and Kashmir. Regardless of what Pakistan’s representative

believes, Jammu and Kashmir remains. An integral and integral part of India,” said Pratik Mathur, Permanent Mission. . India’s right to reply during UN General Assembly (UNGA) meetings at the UN Security Council.

“Pakistan’s desperate efforts to spread lies and a bad habit of abusing. The sanctity of multilateral forums deserve collective contempt. And perhaps even sympathy,” he added.

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari spoke. About allegations of human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir. India’s response to Pakistan’s demands came during an important meeting of the UN General Assembly at the UN Security Council.

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