Pakistan's commitment resulted into phenomenal victory against terrorism: British NSA

Sharif told the UK's National Security Adviser, Sir Mark Lyall Grant, that Pakistan is a peace-loving country and pursues the policy of maintaining friendly relationships with its neighbours, News International reported.

Special Assistant to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs, Syed Tariq Fatemi, has in his meeting with British National Security Adviser Sir Mark Lyall Grant briefed about the ongoing tensions in Kashmir and urged Britain to ask India to indulge in sustained dialogue process with Pakistan. Talking to media he said that India can not impose war on Pakistan as its relations with other countries were developing day by day. "Let its just resolution unite us in peace and prosperity".

"As far as Pakistan is concerned there is zero tolerance for terrorism". In response to this, Ambassador Salman Haidar, India's former High Commissioner to London, pointed out that Pakistan's victimisation at the hands of terror is not compensation for India in any way, thus, terrorism is still an issue that needs to addressed.

Sardar Masood Khan, has said that strategic conflict is hazardous not only for India but also for the entire globe. HCBA General Secretary Bashir Siddiq in a statement said, "The Bar Association once again reiterates that the 28 Security Council Resolutions are the bedrock of the legitimate struggle of the people of Kashmir for the right of self-determination and it is only India which has deliberately and intentionally firstly delayed and finally refused to implement those resolutions". Nawaz Sharif had slammed India for Burhan Wani's death at the 71st United Nations General Assembly in NY in September.

This was the day when tribal hordes, with the connivance of the Pakistani state, devastated large parts of Jammu and Kashmir, violated the Standstill Agreement between Pakistan and the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir, which resulted in the death of thousands of innocent people, Hindus and Muslims alike, and resulted in the first Indo-Pak War in 1947-48 and subsequent wars thereof. "We had nearly forgotten PoK and Gilgit, Baltistan", he said.

"Pakistan has forgotten the difference between terrorists and freedom fighters".

The Indian prime minister stepped up a drive to isolate Pakistan diplomatically after the Uri army base attack.

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