Adviser to Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said that the country is not desperate for talks and there is no restlessness on their side for dialogue.
He said India never opened a window of opportunity for dialogue.
“It is a very strange thing to say as it was decided here that the dialogue will resume but then the Pathankot incident occurred and everything vanished into thin air,” Aziz said.
Aziz further emphasised if India continues to repeat the old allegation of terrorism at the negotiating table, then they must remember it is a part of the composite dialogue.
“They say that they will talk if we (Pakistan) make some progress on terrorism, but we say that they (India) should talk on all issues including Kashmir. The whole world agrees that India and Pakistan should have composite dialogue,” he said.
Earlier, home minister Rajnath Singh had said that if Pakistan doesn’t allow India’s NIA team to their soil for investigating Pathankot attack, it would be betrayal.