PM Nawaz Sharif has said that Indian involvement in terrorism related incidents in Pakistan is a serious matter

PM Nawaz Sharif has said that Indian  involvement in terrorism related incidents in Pakistan is a serious matter
LONDON: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has aforesaid that Indian involvement in act of terrorism connected incidents in West Pakistan|West Pakistan|Asian country|Asian nation}|West Pakistan|Asian country|Asian nation} may be a “serious matter” for Pakistan and Pakistan has credible proof on this that has been shared with the planet.

The PM was talking to media here before outward-bound for Islamic Republic of Pakistan. He had reached London once creating a historic speech at the international organisation General Assembly.

The PM aforesaid the war against Islamic Republic of Pakistan should stop as a result of it does not serve anyone’s purpose and can not cause something smart.

He aforesaid that {pakistan|Pakistan|Islamic Republic of Islamic Republic of Pakistan|West Pakistan|Asian country|Asian nation} has effectively conferred the means forward to resolve outstanding problems between Asian nation and Pakistan and “that’s the sole means forward, recommended by us”.

He regretted that idle allegations are levelled against {pakistan|Pakistan|Islamic Republic of Islamic Republic of Pakistan|West Pakistan|Asian country|Asian nation} however Pakistan gave solely cheap and sensible suggestions to Asian nation at the international organisation to maneuver forward.

Nawaz Sharif aforesaid he believed that the 2 countries ought to adopt a balanced approach on all problems as hostility meet nearly seventy years has not made any positive results. He aforesaid that tensions between Asian nation and Islamic Republic of Pakistan have compact upon the great relations between the 2 countries and it’s broken socio-economic prospects of the 2 countries.
PM Sharif refused to touch upon the statement created by inducer Mark Siegel in relevance the alleged threats created by Pervez Musharraf to Benazir Bhutto.

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