‘We are missing PM Modi’s partner…’: Pakistan minister Hina Rabbani Khar on peace with India
In a recent statement, Pakistani Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said her country was missing Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “ally” for his efforts at peace between the two countries.
Unlike Modi, Pakistan found a partner in its predecessors Manmohan Singh and Atal Bihari Vajpayee. His comments came days after Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said they had learned their lessons after three wars with India and now wanted peace with their neighbour.
“When I went to India as foreign minister, I worked very hard to push for better cooperation and we were in a much better position compared to the situation in 2023,” he said while addressing a session on South Asia. Annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
‘One must realize that geography cannot be changed…’ Bach. Minister
“What we have done all these years is that we have compounded animosity. We have to realize that we cannot change geography. And let us understand that this is not a South Asian problem, it is an India-Pakistan problem and a problem from India’s side and there. Although he is good for his country, we are missing a partner in Prime Minister Narendra Modi. , but he may be good for his country,” he added.
Pakistan Govt committed to protect minorities: Kar
Karr emphasized the need to think beyond the electoral cycle and the desire for peace. According to him, Pakistan has learned from the past and wants to move forward. He also said that India was once a country where all religions lived together, but that is not the case anymore.
“I’m not saying we don’t have any problems in Pakistan, but our government is always working to ensure that minorities are protected through new laws and enforcement of existing laws,” he added.
Earlier on January 17, Pakistan PM Sharif had called for serious and honest talks with PM Modi on burning issues like Kashmir. Sharif said he wanted to convey a message to Prime Minister Modi that he would sit down and seriously discuss the burning issue of Kashmir.