District: (PTI leader for India and Pakistan relations on basis of equality)

SIALKOT: Central Leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Ch. Mohammad Sarwar has said that Pakistan should develop its friendly relations with India on basis of equality.

He said we want to have better and friendly relations with India, but these relations should be developed by both sides on the basis of equality.

He stated this while addressing the party workers here at Daska. He said good relations between both the nuclear neighbours Pakistan and India were vital to establish durable peace in the region.

He said both Pakistan and Indian should also hold negotiations for resolving the burning Kashmir Issue as per the aspirations of the people of the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir as per the resolutions of the United Nations, saying that being a good neighbour India should never hesitate to have dialogues on Kashmir Dispute as well.

Ch. Mohammad Sarwar highly hailed the Pakistan armed forces’ ongoing Operation Zarb-e-Azb against terrorism in the country, saying the whole nation stands united against terrorism and was ready to sacrifice their lives to weed out terrorism while battling against terrorism, militancy and insurgency shoulder to shoulder with the armed forces of Pakistan.



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