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Krishna calls on Governor Punjab

Indian External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna called on Governor Punjab Latif Khosa at Governor House on Sunday.
Matters of bilateral interests came under discussion in the meting of both leaders.
The Governor Punjab said the entire outstanding issues including Kashmir issue; need to be resolved through negotiation and mutual consensus. Adding that terrorism is a major issue of the hour for both the countries and its eradication can only bring prosperity and stability to the region, he observed.
He said that the terrorists do not belong to any religion; they are foe of the entire humanity.
The governor said prosperity came through peace, and both the countries are atomic powers so they could not be engaged in any sort of war. He said that the new generation from both parts wants to expand and project the message of love and peace, he added.
He termed the new visa regime easiness a ‘good omen’ and said this will bring people closer.
The Indian Foreign Minister on the occasion said that the meeting with the Pakistani authorities remained positive and expressed the need of more interactions and meetings, between the both sides, in order to resolve the outstanding issues. ‘As we are moving towards change, ’ he maintained.
He said the Indian Prime Minister and the people of India want the Pakistan India relation to be pleasant. Adding to it he said all the issues cannot be sorted out in a single meeting, therefore the continuity of meetings between both the countries shall remain ahead.



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  1. Jaggu said:

    1948. – tribals attack j&k, (sponsored by pak)
    1965- pak force disguised as Kashmiris attack India
    1971- pak forces attack Bengalis, forcing millions of refuges into India. Special attention given on killing Hindus.
    1999- pak force disguised as mujahideen occupy parts of India.
    The darpok army of Pakistan, always hiding behind proxies, and killing unarmed civilians.

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