Published: Wed, September 28, 2016
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Modi warns Pakistan: We will isolate you over terrorism

Modi warns Pakistan: We will isolate you over terrorism

Following terrorist attack on Kalapahar Brigade headquarters in Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked for evidence about Pakistan's involvement behind this attack so that necessary efforts could be initiated to isolate Pakistan at global forums.

"We do believe that they are making progress and taking steps to counter terrorist violence, but at the same time we have been very clear that they need to target all militant groups, including those that target Pakistan's neighbours, and close all safe havens", he said.

Terming prime minister Narendra Modi's recent speech attacking Pakistan as a violation of the United Nations norms on non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries, Pakistan's top diplomat said such "irresponsible" behavior at the highest level was regrettable.

Relations between India and Pakistan have taken a beating after the Uri terror attack on September 18 that killed 19 Indian soldiers and injured 12 others. "Did all this come with conditions attached?"

One of the four terrorists involved in the Uri attack has been identified as Hafiz from Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

China once again appealed India and Pakistan to engage in dialogue to resolve all outstanding issues and jointly work towards peace and stability in South Asia.

Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif.

Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has told the United Nations that Pakistan, which is aiming to capture Jammu and Kashmir by sponsoring terrorism, should stop dreaming about it because Kashmir is and will always remain an integral part of the country.

In her address, Swaraj said India has attempted an unprecedented "paradigm of friendship" with Pakistan over the last few years, which has included wishing the Pakistani leader on the festival of Id, wishing success to the Pakistani cricket team and extending good wishes for his health.

"PM Nawaz Sharif talked of India setting preconditions for talks".

The Pakistan army chief said a stable Afghanistan is a guarantee to a peaceful and stable region and peace in the war-ravaged country could be achieved through a comprehensive and coordinated strategy.

According to Asif, the "entire world knows that India is not as serious about resolving the Kashmir dispute as Pakistan is" and that India has not received support from anywhere despite launching a diatribe against Pakistan.

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