India walks out on peace talks with Pakistan

Indian Government is highly terrified with Pakistan.It is not ready to opening the border of Kartarpur to facilitate the Sikh community, Nor ready to hold SAARC conference in Pakistan. Now it backed out from its decision of meeting between the foreign ministers of Pakistan and India, scheduled to take place in New York,.It has now been cancelled by the Indian government on Friday, Indian media reported.
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that he was very disappointed with India’s decision to cancel the meeting. Ministry of External Affairs spokesman Raveesh Kumar made a lame excuse and said that the reason for the cancellation of the meeting was the alleged ‘killing’ of Indian soldiers and release of a series of ‘controversial’ postal stamps.
This meeting would have been the first high-level meeting between the two neighbours in years. This meeting was decided after Pakistan Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan had written to his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi; suggesting their foreign ministers meet in New York to try to break an impasse in ties.
Earlier on Thursday, the Indian foreign ministry spokesperson said that Pakistan and India’s foreign ministers will hold a meeting on the sidelines of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly this month.
The spokesperson played down hopes of a full resumption in talks between the neighbours. “This is just a meeting, too much should not be read into the proposed meeting,” Kumar said. “This is not a resumption of dialogue. They asked for a meeting, we said yes.”
  Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has expressed surprise at the cancellation of a planned meeting with Indian counterpart, citing the upcoming elections in India as a possible reason.
In a brief response over the withdrawal of India from foreign ministers moot on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly, the minister expressed that Pakistan desires peace in the region, however, India had different priorities altogether.
‘Indian political system seems to be polarized,’ said the minister.
Shah Mehmood expressed that New Delhi was reluctant in the initiation of dialogue adding that the conflicting issues could only be resolved through dialogue.
‘India did not send a positive message through the development and the cancellation would affect other Saarc countries as well,’ said the lawmaker.
He highlighted that India was involved in activities in Pakistan’s Balochistan province, however, Islamabad was ready to move forward.
India has called off talks with Pakistan which were scheduled to be held in next week on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly session.
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said on Friday that there will be no meeting between the two foreign ministers in New York.
“In view of the changed situation, there will be no meeting between the foreign ministers of India and Pakistan in New York,” said a press release issued by the ministry.

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The spokesperson played down hopes of a full resumption in talks between the neighbours. “This is just a meeting, too much should not be read into the proposed meeting,” Kumar said. “This is not a resumption of dialogue. They asked for a meeting, we said yes.”
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