Agreement on four-point proposal crucial for regional peace: PM


LONDON: Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif on Saturday has said that approval of four-point agenda is crucial to restoration of peace in the region.


He expressed these views while talking to the media in London.

He said that tensions with India would affect regional stability. The PM said that Kashmiris are enduring torture for several decades. He stressed Indian government to agree on the four points put forth by Pakistan for development of the region and both the neighbours.

Nawaz further said that Pakistan has evidences of Research and Analysis Wing’s (RAW) intervention in home territory.

Earlier, Indian foreign minister Sushma Swaraj had rejected the four-point peace initiative recommended by the PM. She lashed out at Pakistan and hurled baseless allegations. Swaraj, during her speech at the United Nations (UN) did not take into account RAW’s interference in Karachi, Balochistan and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).

However, she did not hesitate to pitch India as victim of terrorism yet again.