India will not participate in SAARC until Pakistan stops ‘Terror Activities’– Bhopal: India has once again cleared neighbouring country Pakistan that terrorism and talks can’t go together. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj reacted to the news that invited India to the SAARC Summit of the neighbouring country, saying that negotiations can’t be held till the end of terror. The External Affairs Minister clearly said that PM Narendra Modi will not go to Pakistan to participate in the SAARC Summit. On Tuesday, the Pakistan Foreign Ministry had said that the invitation to India for SAARC summit was to be given. Since then, Pakistan has been elected as the President of the SAARC, there is no meeting of this organization.
India will not participate in SAARC until Pakistan stops ‘Terror Activities’
Sushma said in a press conference in Bhopal on Wednesday how can negotiation with neighbours be done. They said, ‘We have to see Pathankot and Uri attack also. Talk and terrorism can’t go together. ‘
On the invitation of Pakistan to the PM Modi for the SAARC Summit, Sushma said, “The date for the SAARC conference is decided on the basis of the consent of all the members. This is a common tradition. After the date is fixed, formal invitations are sent to member states. As per the higher authorities “There is no specific guest at the India SAARC Summit, for which Pakistan will send special invitations. India has been an integral part of SAARC. Based on the consent of all the members, the date of the SAARC conference is decided. However, it is regrettable that this has not happened this time. ”
Sushma said, “There are no governments, everyone has demanded the Kartarpur corridor. We all wanted it. Significantly, Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan is going to lay the foundation stone of Corridor in Nankana Sahib. On getting attention on the statements made by Navjot Singh Sidhu on Kartarpur Sahib, Sushma said, “It was not the endeavor of any one person. It was a government effort at the government level. The decisions are at the level of the government, not of any individual. ‘
On the decision of Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh not to go to the Kartarpur corridor for Pakistan and his decision to go to Sidhu’s Pakistan, Sushma said, “It should give a reaction to the Congress.” After all, why did his minister go to Pakistan?