Pakistan serious in resolving issues with India: Musadik Malik


ISLAMABAD, Sep 22 (APP): Spokesman to the Prime Minister Musadik Malik Thursday said Pakistan’s offer of unconditional dialogue to India was evidence of government’s seriousness to peacefully resolve all issues including Kashmir.

Talking to a private news channel, he said Prime Minister
Muhammad Nawaz Sharif instead of blame game, gave suggestions to resolve Kashmir dispute at UNGA address.

The Prime Minister also called for resolving issue of
Palestine, he said.

He said the Prime Minister forcefully pleaded the case of
Pakistan and Kashmir and called for end to Indian atrocities in
the occupied valley.

He said Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir was stance of Kashmiri
people and the Prime Minister raised the issue effectively at UNGA.

Musadik said the Prime Minister also mentioned that foreign involvement in Pakistan was a hurdle in elimination of terrorism, and said the country had been on frontline in war against terrorism.

He said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif told the world community that Pakistan had been victim of terrorism and was continuing fight against the menace.

The Prime Minister urged the international community to play its role for resolving Kashmir issue as per wishes of Kashmiri people and in accordance with the resolutions passed by the United Nations, he added.

Musadik said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also held meetings with world leaders and presented Pakistan’s stance vigorously.