In the wake of the Uri attack, India has vowed to isolate Pakistan internationally by highlighting its alleged support to terror elements, and has been 100 per cent successful in its endeavour.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif shakes hands with China’s President Xi Jinping tibetanreview
Last month, India used its influence in eight-member South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) to isolate Pakistan when it announced that it would not attend the regional group’s 19th summit, scheduled in Islamabad on November 15 and 16. And many other SAARC nations followed suit.
A parliamentary delegation from Pakistan, which is now in New York, pitched this idea during its five-day visit to Washington last week, The Dawn reported.
Diplomatic observers in Washington believe the arrangement suits China due to its worried related to India. They argued that China can play an important role in persuading Central Asian republics and Iran to join the new arrangement.
India has pulled out of the 19th Saarc summit which was scheduled to be held in Islamabad on November 15 and 16. India cited Pakistan’s involvement in the September 18 terrorist attack at an army camp in Kashmir’s Uri , in which 19 soldiers died, as the reason for its decision to boycott the summit.