Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s speech was criticized by India at United Nations General Assembly. During his speech, Nawaz Sharif not only discussed about Kashmir Protest but also given controversial statement about terrorist Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani.
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Junior foreign minister MJ Akbar said, "It is shocking that a leader of a free nation can glorify a self-declared terrorist (Burhan Wani). This is self-incrimination by Pakistan."
Mr Sharif reacted on MJ Akbar statement, “Pakistan has gone the extra mile and repeatedly offered dialogue", Mr Akbar said, "We haven't seen the first mile, where is the question of the extra mile?"
He further added that, “Pakistan wants dialogue while holding a gun in its hand. Talks and guns don't go together."
After Nawaz Sharif statement, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted:
“Pakistan was prepared to talk to India, but blamed India for imposing "unacceptable" conditions. “ Nawaz Sharif said. While he addressed the media, he stated leader of Hizbul Commander as"Kashmiri intifada".
"Pakistan wants peace with India," Nawaz Sahrif asserted. "We have gone the extra mile and repeatedly offered dialogue. India has imposed unacceptable conditions." He added.
"Talks are no favour to Pakistan. They are in the interest of both and essential to resolve the Jammu and Kashmir dispute and avoid escalation," he said.
Mr Sharif said, "The United Nations did not paid attention to the rising tensions in South Asia. Pakistan is not engaged in arms race but we cannot ignore neighbours' arms build-up and will take whatever measures necessary to counter their arms build-up".