India today rejected Pakistan's proposition to hold Foreign Secretary-level chats on Kashmir and stated that it might want to talk about perspectives identified with cross-outskirt terrorism which are fundamental to the present circumstance in Jammu and Kashmir.
Reacting to Pakistan Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry's welcome, India's Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar communicated his eagerness to go to Islamabad however kept up Pakistan has no locus standi in tending to any part of the circumstance in Jammu and Kashmir, which is an inward matter of India, but to put a conclusion to cross-fringe terrorism and invasion.
The reaction was given over to Pakistan by Indian High Commissioner to Islamabad Gautam Bambawale. "Since angles identified with cross-outskirt terrorism are fundamental to the present circumstance in J&K, we have recommended that examinations between the Foreign Secretaries be centered around them.
Pakistan on Monday had welcomed India for chats on Kashmir, saying it is the "universal commitment" of both the nations to determine the issue.
A week ago, while responding to an announcement by Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz with respect to the welcome, India had made it clear that it would chat on "contemporary and significant" issues in Indo-Pak relations and right now it included stoppage of Pak-upheld cross-outskirt terrorism.