Pakistan warns India treading a dangerous path
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry on Sunday warned that India was treading a dangerous path through a belligerent attitude and thereby harming itself in the region.
He said that the leadership of Pakistan had very sagaciously reminded it of such dangerous tendencies.
Speaking on a televised programme, Aizaz Chaudhry reiterated that on the diplomatic front, Islamabad could not be isolated as it enjoyed stronger ties with the world.
In reply to a query, he said that Pakistan was not oblivious to its defence as it was fully impregnable. It could not be intimidated with volleys of bragging talks.
The foreign secretary insisted both Pakistan and India were required to engage in direct talks with each other in a bid to resolve their common issues including terrorism, he added.
Referring to the ‘Heart of Asia Conference’ being held in India, Aizaz Chaudhry said Pakistan, being an outgoing chair, considered the conference as an important move for a durable peace in Afghanistan.
He also confirmed that Pakistan would be a part of the conference since according to him a stable and peaceful Afghanistan was also in the interest of Pakistan.
The foreign secretary said Pakistan was constantly working to tackle growing Indian aggression near its border and the entire world also appreciated Pakistan’s approach against India.