Despite India’s rejection, Pakistan again urges New Delhi to resume bilateral talks on Jammu and Kashmir

Nearly four days after Pakistan Primer Minister Shehbaz Sharif urged India to resume dialogue on pressing issues, especially Jammu and Kashmir, it has again echoed the same where a top Pakistani official asserted “that refusing to talk would have dangerous consequences for all”. “There should be some resonance of reciprocity from New Delhi as well,” Dawn quoted Pakistan’s US ambassador, Masood Khan as saying while addressing a meeting in Washington. “It takes two to tango. It can’t be a monologue. It needs to be a dialogue.”Nearly four days after Pakistan Primer Minister Shehbaz Sharif urged India to resume dialogue on pressing issues, especially Jammu and Kashmir, it has again echoed the same where a top Pakistani official asserted “that refusing to talk would have dangerous consequences for all”. “There should be some resonance of reciprocity from New Delhi as well,” Dawn quoted Pakistan’s US ambassador, Masood Khan as saying while addressing a meeting in Washington. “It takes two to tango. It can’t be a monologue. It needs to be a dialogue.”

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