Pakistan will never want to return to peace and prosperity

India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar said that Pakistan would never want to return to peace and prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir. Jaishankar termed the repeal of most of the provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution granting special status to Jammu and Kashmir as a ‘much awaited’ and ‘appropriate’ step, saying that Pakistan was expected to challenge this decision. We will do everything possible because he has made a big investment to incite terrorism in Kashmir. Jaishankar said in a top American think tank ‘The Heritage Foundation’ on Wednesday that Indian security forces have exercised extreme restraint in Jammu and Kashmir since the August 5 decision, and they predict what Pakistan has been doing for the past several decades. , Will continue that.

In response to this, the Foreign Minister made this comment.

Pakistan will never want to return to peace and prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir: Jaishankar
Pakistan will never want to return to peace and prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir: Jaishankar

Jaishankar said, “What do you expect the Pakistanis to say (after the current ban is lifted and the situation re-normalized)? … that we want peace and prosperity to return.” No, they (Pakistan) would not like that. They will try to show such a scenario that everything is destroyed because the first thing is that they want it and secondly it has been their plan for 70 years.

Indian Army wants indigenous weapons to tackle Pak

Jaishankar was asked about a statement by the top Pakistani leadership in which he alleged that India would raise a fake flag and blame Islamabad for every terrorist attack after the security and communications ban in Kashmir was lifted. In response to this, the Foreign Minister made this comment. He said, ‘I think it is important to look at historical references before making any decision regarding these comments. Such things did not start on August 5 only. Their policies and actions started on the same day Kashmir accepted India and Pakistani intruders threatened to burn Srinagar.