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Could ceasefire be a casualty after Pakistan’s accusation against India? | India News

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NEW DELHI: With Pakistan NSA Moeed Yusuf declaring that the blast on June 23 outside terror leader Hafiz Mohammed Saeed’s home in Lahore was the work of Indian intelligence agencies, its clear the nascent ceasefire process, which began with guns on the LOC falling silent on Februrary 25, may have run its course.
Yusuf told a TV channel that there would no longer be any back-channel talks with India largely because the neighbour “failed” to heed Pakistan’s concerns and did not reverse nullification of Art 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. He claimed India approached Pakistan for talks — “It was India that approached us. They (India) said they wanted to talk on all disputed issues, including on Kashmir.” He added Pakistan had clearly conveyed its demand for reversal of the August, 2019 move for talks to resume.
While Yusuf tagged India’s alleged refusal to restore Article 370 as reason for closing the doors on any likely engagement, such a…

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