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Bilawal Bhutto Visit India: Returning to Pakistan, Bilawal said - India trip was successful, said big thing about cricke

Pankaj Prasad
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, who returned home after attending the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting in Goa, described his visit to India as successful.

Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, who returned home after attending the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting in Goa, described his visit to India as successful. Addressing a press conference here after his return, Bilawal said his visit to India was successful in that it helped disprove the idea that every Muslim is a terrorist. He said, we tried to break this myth.

On the question related to talks with India, Bilawal said, Pakistan's stand is clear that India should create an environment for talks by restoring the old status of Kashmir. On the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, he said that all countries except India are in favor of it. The countries of Central Asia want to be a part of it.

Responding to a question about talks with India, Bilawal Bhutto said that Pakistan was clear that India should create a conducive environment for talks by restoring the August 5, 2019 status of Kashmir. He also said that the countries of Central Asia want to be a part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. He said that every country except India has supported and praised CPEC.

Bilawal said on cricket, the game should not be harmed
When Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was asked about the Pakistani team coming to India for the World Cup, he said that the game should not suffer. "Hopefully we are not in a situation where the game is at a loss," Bilawal said. Sports and politics should not be mixed together.

However, in March this year, Foreign Minister Jaishankar had clarified the situation regarding cricket between the two countries. He had said that tournaments keep coming but terrorism cannot be taken lightly. Cricket relations with Pakistan will not be established as of now and the policy of the government is clear in this regard. He had said if someone pointed a gun at your head, would you talk to him.

Bilawal got chilly from the G-20 meeting in Kashmir

Bilawal, shaken by the G-20 meeting in Kashmir, told the Pakistani media after the meeting that we condemn it. Will give such an answer when the time comes, it will be remembered. He said, organizing the meeting in the disputed area is wrong. It has the arrogance to tell the world that it has no regard for international law, UN resolutions and bilateral agreements.

On Bilawal's statement, Jaishankar said that Pakistan has nothing to do with G-20 and Srinagar. Kashmir belonged to India and will remain so. There is only one issue of talks, that is Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. The only question is when will Pakistan vacate the illegal occupation. On Article 370, Jaishankar said, wake up and take stock of the situation. 370 is history. The sooner you accept this truth, the better.