A senior leader from Pakistan’s ruling party and Member National Assembly (MNA), Rana Muhammad Afzal Khan, has said that India is not the sole focus of Pakistan anymore.
He also said that it was time to concentrate on economic revival of the country rather than have any expectations from India.
He said if even small issues like Siachen Glacier and Sir Creek cannot be resolved by the two nations then not much can be expected from the relationship.
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He also said India is not on Pakistan’s focus any longer. He called it as a hopeless situation.
“I mean we would not like to continue wasting time. Our politics sustains on the plank that we would like to keep the differences alive, we would not like to give them up,” he said.
“But we would not like to waste our time, we have already lost a lot of development indicators and we should try to do economic revival of Pakistan, economic improvement of Pakistan without expecting anything from India,” he said.