PM Nawaz Sharif regrets Indian allegations of Pakistan involvement in Uri Incident
BAKU, Azerbaijan (APP): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Saturday said Kashmir was main cause of unrest in the region and India must show seriousness for resolution of the issue and honour its commitment, under United Nations Security Council Resolutions.
He said Pakistan was committed to peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue as it was a peace-loving country. He regretted Indian baseless allegations over Uri incident.
The Prime Minister during an informal chat with the mediamen, said within six hours of the Uri incident, India levelled allegations against Pakistan, and reiterated that no infiltration took place on Line of Control (LoC).
Pakistan offered holding of dialogue on the outstanding issues on several times but India did not reciprocate, he said adding if India was serious in resolving the issue, then Pakistan would talk to it.
The Prime Minister said his government had introduced a new culture of political tolerance in the country as they respected mandate of every party.
"The PPP formed government in Sindh and we respected it.
Similarly we have respected MQM as an opposition party. Even unethical language is used in KPK where we also respected the public mandate," he added.
He vowed to take the country to path of progress and prosperity, despite certain elements' plans to shut the country.