India Dismisses Imran Khan Adviser’s Claims of Dialogue Outreach

India has denied assertions by Imran Khan’s top security adviser, Moeed W Yusuf, suggesting that New Delhi sought dialogue with Pakistan. Officials emphasized India’s consistent stance, conditioning talks on Pakistan’s action against terrorism. Moeed Yusuf’s claims were dismissed as unfounded, with officials reaffirming India’s prerequisite for dialogue – Pakistan’s cessation of terror activities.

Moeed W Yusuf’s statements were met with skepticism in India, with officials calling them “fiction” and “mischievous.” They reiterated that any dialogue with Pakistan must be preceded by concrete steps to combat terrorism, including shutting down terrorist training camps and cracking down on militants operating from Pakistani soil.

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Moreover, Yusuf’s attempt to link India to the 2014 terrorist attack on a school in Peshawar was deemed “outrageous” by Indian officials. They pointed out that the responsibility for the attack had been claimed by the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, a group backed by Pakistan’s deep state.

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Observers noted that Yusuf’s claims might be aimed at diverting attention from Pakistan’s actions and responsibilities. In particular, his remarks regarding India’s stance on the Kashmir issue and the status of Gilgit-Baltistan were seen as attempts to sow confusion.


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Yusuf, known for his close ties to the Pakistan army and intelligence services, has been accused of promoting China’s interests, particularly in the context of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. His past involvement in Indo-Pak peace initiatives has raised questions about his current motivations and allegiances.

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In summary, India remains steadfast in its position regarding dialogue with Pakistan, insisting on concrete actions against terrorism as a precondition. Yusuf’s assertions are viewed with skepticism, and his motives are scrutinized amidst ongoing tensions between the two neighboring countries.

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