Depends on which language Pak understands, cricket, war or dialogue, says Salman Khursheed

India TV webteam [ Updated 02 Dec 2012, 14:13:48 ]
Depends on which language Pak understands, cricket, war or dialogue, says  Salman Khursheed
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New Delhi, Dec 2: External Affairs Minister Salman Khursheed has said any further movement in India-Pak ties depends on Pakistan taking action against the perpetrators of 26/11 Mumbai attacks. 

Replying to questions by Rajat Sharma in India TV's show Aap Ki Adalat, Khursheed said: "Our then Home Minister Chidambaram had given a list to his Pakistani counterpart seeking voice recordings of the perpetrators, but we are yet to receive them. In such a situation, it's not possible to move ahead (aagey badhna sambhav nahin hai)."

Asked why the government has allowed the Pakistani cricket team to tour India, Khursheed replied : " If Pakistan understands the language of cricket, we will try to speak to them in that language, if it understands the language of war, we will definitely speak to them in that language, and if it understands the language of dialogue, we will do likewise".

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