Rajat Sharma

Indo-Pak Talk

India has already clarified that talks would be meaningless until Pakistan takes action against those behind the Pathankot terror attack. Pakistan first promised ‘action’ and then asked for some more time to ‘act’ which India agreed to.

Pakistan has consented to India’s Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar informing his Pakistani counterpart today that it would be better to engage in talks only after Pakistan completes its investigations and likewise takes action against the conspirators.

We have learnt that talks have been deferred by 10-12 days and the two Foreign Secretaries are likely to meet in Islamabad by the end of this month.

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