No proposal uder consideration to give India MFN status, Pakistan, There is no proposition under thought to give India the Most Favored Nation (MFN) status, Pakistan business priest Khurram Dastgir Khan has said.
No proposal uder consideration to give India MFN status, Pakistan
He said the “presence of a negative rundown was a reasonable sign that the MFN status had not been given to India”, Dawn daily paper reported.
Khan additionally said that since Modi government assumed control a year ago, no respective exchange talks had occurred.
About non-levy hindrances, he said that these were managed on a case-to-case premise with India.
He said the positive rundown had been changed into the negative rundown, including that 150 Indian things were being foreign through the Wagah outskirt.
“There must be a level headed discussion in this house on whether we need to connection exchange with security issues of Pakistan.”
The priest said that being an individual from the World Trade Organization, Pakistan raised its security worries at global discussions when it came to exchange with India.
India allowed the MFN status to Pakistan in 1996 however Pakistan is yet to respond to that. Stipend of status to India would help in further boosting exchange between the nations.