Pak army chief Bajwa should back his “peace” idea through action, says Punjab CM
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, on Friday, said that Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa should back his idea of “peace” with firm action.
Singh made the statement in response to Bajwa’s statement that “India and Pakistan should bury the past and move forward.”
Earlier on Thursday, Bajwa said that a stable relationship with India would unlock the potential of South and Central Asia.
Bajwa stated that the idea of regional peace between the two “nuclear-armed neighbours” had been stuck over Jammu and Kashmir issues, among others.
Singh said that Islamabad-sponsored terrorism is the biggest obstacle to achieving peace between the two countries.
“Bajwa should first control his ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) and then talk about stability in India-Pakistan relations,” Singh said.
“India cannot have a soft corner for Pakistan until they prove what they say with concrete action,” he added.
(Edited by Gabriel G Momin)
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