Amid noise of bombs & guns, dialogue cannot be heard: PM Modi on talks with Pakistan

Updated:1 month, 2 weeks ago IST

New Delhi, Jan 01 (ANI): In an exclusive interview with ANI, Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed about the possibility of India-Pakistan dialogue. He said, “India, whether UPA or NDA government, never opposed dialogue. It is our consistent policy that we are in favour of dialogue. It is the consistent policy of the country, not Modi government or Manmohan Singh government. It is our consistent policy that we are ready to talk on all issues, not this issue or that issue. Because India’s ground is strong. We only say one thing that amid the noise of bombs and guns, the dialogue cannot be heard. Cross-border terrorism must end. And we are persistently maintaining pressure on this. We have created an environment around the world supporting this sentiment and terror-supporting Pakistan stands isolated. This is the fact. Incidents have taken place, but in a limited manner. Those believing in humanity, those believing in law, believing in the country’s unity, have an upper hand”.

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