General Raheel Sharif did not discuss with the US leadership about alleged Indian, Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif did not talk about with the US administration the dossiers about charged Indian obstruction in his nation amid his late visit to Washington, a media report said today.
“It is an issue that is handled by the government office at suitable levels and was not brought up in the gatherings (with US pioneers),” armed force representative Lieutenant General Asim Saleem Bajwa said.
General Raheel Sharif did not discuss with the US leadership about alleged Indian
Pakistan guarantees that last month it had introduced three dossiers to India, which as per past authority proclamations, contained verifications about charged Indian inclusion in Balochistan, Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Karachi.
Later, they were imparted to the UN and US authorities.
Mr Bajwa, who was a piece of an appointment drove by Gen Sharif who went by the US a week ago, said that Kashmir was examined in the gatherings on the grounds that it is key question that should have been be determined for conveying peace and steadiness to the district.
Gen Sharif went to the US all alone as there was no official welcome either from his American partner or the Pentagon.
Amid his visit, Gen Sharif met US Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State John Kerry, Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter and other senior authorities.
Mr Bajwa said the armed force boss’ gatherings centered around Pak-US relations, military to military ties, provincial security, and on the circumstance in Afghanistan.
“The gatherings furnished us with a chance to present Pakistan’s point of view obviously and mightily and we did that. Also, we felt that it was acknowledged,” Mr Bajwa was cited as saying by the Dawn.
Asked whether Americans likewise raised the atomic issue at these gatherings, Mr Bajwa said, “Pakistan’s position on the atomic issue is clear. It is centered around meeting a sure risk recognition.”