- Moeed Yusuf offers interview to Indian journalist Karan Thapar.
- Yusuf reiterates there will be no talks with India until Kashmir challenge resolved.
- “India will have to stop terrorism in Pakistan,” NSA says.
Nationwide Safety Adviser Moeed Yusuf instructed Indian journalist Karan Thapar that talks with India are “impossible” till it revokes the unilateral, aggressive actions it has taken in occupied Kashmir.
In the course of the interview, revealed on The Wire, Yusuf stated Pakistan wouldn’t resume diplomatic relations with Indian till it is able to resolve the Kashmir challenge consistent with the United Nations resolutions.
“We have made it clear to India that we will stand with Kashmiris till the end,” the nationwide safety adviser stated, reiterating Pakistan’s stance on the area.
At one level within the interview, Yusuf left Thapar speechless after asking him why Prime Minister Narendra Modi was known as Adolf Hitler in his personal nation.
The NSA instructed the journalist that there was proof of India’s miscreancy within the area and knowledgeable him that there have been clear hyperlinks of Indian involvement within the Lahore blast — which left three useless and dozens injured.
“India will have to stop terrorism in Pakistan,” he stated.
The NSA stated the BJP-led authorities in India is engaged on a fascist agenda. “Pakistan has always wished for peace, but the Hindutva ideology always becomes a hurdle in achieving it.”
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