Pakistan High Commissioner to India: The Issues Over J&K Must Be Resolved Through Dialogues

On March 23, Aftab Hasan Khan, Pakistan High Commissioner to India, spoke about how dialogues could help resolve the conflicts over Jammu and Kashmir between India and Pakistan.

Srimoyee Bhattacharya

March 23, 2021

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The disputes over the lands of Jammu and Kashmir have been going on for the longest time. It has been decades. These prolonged conflicts have caused a lot of harm to the citizens of both countries with no foreseeable end to it all. Recently, the Charge d’ Affaires of the Pakistan High Commission in India shared his take on the matter and stated that these disputes could only be resolved via thorough talks.

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On March 23, 2021, Aftab Hasan Khan, who is the Charge d’ Affaires of the Pakistan High Commission in India, spoke about how the disputes over Jammu & Kashmir could be resolved. While these conflicts have last between India and Pakistan for many decades, Aftab Hasan Khan stated that they should be worked upon through dialogues and not war. Khan also stated that Pakistan truly wants to maintain peace with all of its neighbouring countries and have very good relationships with them as well.

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Speaking about the Jammu & Kashmir conflicts between the two nations, Aftab Hasan Khan further mentioned that for a relatively durable and long-lasting solution, only productive talks could help. He also stated that war was not the solution to it and how they should be working towards eliminating poverty and illiteracy-related issues instead. Issues such as climate change and the epidemic were also matters of huge concern that need the attention of the nations, he mentioned. And to be able to focus primarily on resolving such issues, the prevalence of utmost peace is extremely crucial. This prevalence of peace, he said, would only come from the exchange of constructive dialogues on the matter of Jammu and Kashmir, which have been ongoing for 70 years between India and Pakistan.

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