Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan Monday said Pakistan was on a turning point on Kashmir policy.
In address to the nation broadcast on national TV and radio, he said his address is aimed at taking the nation into confidence regarding developments on Kashmir issue.
The Prime Minister said when “our government came into power, our first priority was to establish peace in the region to increase employment, business and trade opportunities and tackle other issues being faced by the nation.”
He said “we extended a hand of friendship to all regional countries, including India. We approached to Afghanistan for a political settlement of the crisis there, instead of military.”
He said he offered India to take one step, “we will take two step so that we resolve all issues including Kashmir through talks. However, our sincere efforts for holding dialogue were rejected by India.”