Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Monday said the dialogue process between Pakistan and India must continue. “Dialogue is the only way forward in normalizing situation between the two neighbourly countries, ”the Prime Minister said while talking to media on his arrival at the Heathrow airport in London on his return from New York after attending the General Assembly session. The Prime Minister termed his meeting with Indian counterpart Dr Manmohan Singh as “productive” and said all important issues including Kashmir and Sir Creek came under discussion. Nawaz Sharif said during the meeting, he also pointed out the Indian interference in Balochistan.
To a question, he said the issue of terrorism was not just limited to Pakistan but many other countries were also facing this challenge.
He said Taliban had disowned the bomb blasts in a church in Peshawar and then we have to identify those elements who were behind such attacks.
He stressed the need to expose those who were involved in terrorism and extremism.