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NEW DELHI: India responded cautiously to Pakistan military chief Qamar Javed Bajwa’s comment that it was time to increase the hand of peace “in all directions”, with the overseas ministry saying that the onus to create the best circumstances for enchancment in ties was on Pakistan. The authorities mentioned its place on ties with Pakistan was well-known.
“India desires normal neighbourly relations with Pakistan in an environment free of terror, hostility and violence. The onus is on Pakistan for creating such an environment,” mentioned MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava.
“We stand firmly committed to the ideal of mutual respect and peaceful co-existence. It is time to extend a hand of peace in all directions,” Bajwa had mentioned earlier this week, in remarks apparently aimed toward India. He had additionally mentioned Pakistan and India should resolve the long-standing problem of Jammu & Kashmir “in a dignified and peaceful manner as per the aspirations of people of Jammu & Kashmir”.
India has maintained that there could be no dialogue until the time Pakistan stops selling cross-border terrorism. The final time the 2 nations had any substantive talks was in December 2015 once they launched the great bilateral dialogue course of.

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