Islamabad: Sartaj Aziz, adviser to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on national security and foreign affairs, has accused Narendra Modi government of pressurizing Pakistan to compromise on Kashmir issue.
"The stance of the previous governments in India was subtle, but the Modi-led government said that if Pakistan is to maintain good ties with India, then it should compromise on Kashmir," Sartaj Aziz told a Pakistan based TV Channel.
Aziz also asserted that Pakistan will not accept terms and conditions forwarded by India for resumption of dialogue between the two countries.
“Modi government wants resumption of stalled India-Paksitan talks on its own terms and conditions, which were not acceptable to Pakistan,” added Aziz.
Sartaj Aziz also accused India of using Afghan soil for carrying out attacks against Pakistan. He, however, admitted that India's involvement had actually decreased after Pakistan and Afghanistan adopted the joint policy of not allowing their soils to be used against each other.
Asserting that both civil and military leadership were on the same page as far as tackling terrorism was concerned, Aziz clarified that Pakistan would not differentiate between 'good' and 'bad' Taliban.