No dialogue with India is possible until Jammu and Kashmir's autonomous status is restored

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday that no dialogue with India is possible until Jammu and Kashmir’s autonomous status is restored. Imran Khan reacted to a question on the possibility of talks with India during a conversation with representatives of digital media in Islamabad.

He said that talks with India are not possible until Jammu and Kashmir’s autonomous status is restored. He claimed that we have no hostile relationship with anyone except India. India is trying to destabilize Pakistan.

India has clearly told the international community that the elimination of most of the provisions of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir is an internal matter. India has already told Pakistan to accept the reality and stay away from all the false anti-India elements.

No dialogue with India is possible until Jammu and Kashmir's autonomous status is restored
No dialogue with India is possible until Jammu and Kashmir’s autonomous status is restored

Let me tell you that before this, Imran Khan has made many allegations on India, taking the name of Kashmir. Last year, he told that after becoming Prime Minister in the year 2018, I had proposed peace to India. Apart from this, the Indian leadership had told that if they take one step towards peace, Pakistan will take two steps.

Imran Khan alleged that instead of moving towards peace, India annexed Kashmir and gave a new beginning to injustice. He said that India laid siege to Kashmir.