Pakistan’s political condition is not conducive enough to allow PM Sharif to take any big decision, said Former Pak Envoy to US Husain Haqqani on Friday.
While speaking with ANI on future of Indo-Pak Comprehensive Dialogue , Haqqani said “I personally think that Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif initiated the talks with sincerity, but Pakistan’s political condition is not conducive enough to allow PM Sharif to take any big decision.”
“India & Pakistan should first build on friendship & then resolve issues where there is disagreement: Former Pak Envoy to US Husain,” Haqqani further added.
On Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif describing Kashmir as ‘unfinished agenda’ of the United Nations, Haqqani said ” “If someone says that something is an ‘unfinished business’, so they should remember that Kashmir is an unfinished business for last 69 years and will remain so for another 69 years and no further action would take place.”
On Maintaining peace in the valley, he said ” “I have heard that some people have complaints with regards to PoK that the elections did not take place as expected. But, I think that the problems emanating from Gilgistan and PoK should be left to Pakistan and the part of Kashmir that India has, should be handled by them alone, then there can be some peace in Kashmir,”