NEW DELHI: The Congress party on Tuesday remained apprehensive about the result of the assembly between Primary Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of Paris Weather Summit, declaring that incidents of cross border terrorism were on a increase despite India’s willingness for dialogue.
“Whatever could Nawaz Sharif say, he is always beneath a strain from the Pakistan Army. The Prime Minister has initiated talks that are a great thing. We have often been willing to talk. But what is the stage, the incidents of cross border terrorism are on a increase. So what outcome would the talks produce,” Congress chief P.L. Punia advised ANI.
Key Minister Modi shook arms and talked to Sharif for a number of minutes in Paris on the sidelines twenty first session of the Conference of Get-togethers (COP21) yesterday.
For the duration of the conversation, held with no any delegates from both place around, Sharif was seen listening attentively as Prime Minister Modi spoke to him.
In accordance to reviews, the conference was a courtesy phone and the two leaders basically exchanged pleasantries during the interaction.