India on Friday said it had exposed Pakistan’s double-talk on terror – using it as an instrument of foreign policy and also playing its victim – to the world as Islamabad upped its ante and linked, for the first time, peace in war-ravaged Afghanistan to the resolution of the Kashmir issue.
“When you talk of peace, you cannot compartmentalise peace. You can’t segregate a section… You can have peace in Kabul and let Kashmir burn. That is not going to happen,” Pakistan Prime Minister’s special envoy on Kashmir Senator Mushahid Hussain Syed said at Washington-based think-tank Stimson Centre.
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