Now Pakistan would not hold talks with India : Governor

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The governor of Punjab Mohammad Sarwar has said that India has taken Pakistan’s peace desire as weakness but now government is not interested in dialogues process with her .
He expressed these views while talking to media after a ceremony on Thursday . He said that “we are ready to go to the last extent to support Kashmiris. India is working on the agenda of Kashmiri genocide, to turn Muslim majority into a minority and if International organizations including the UN doesn’t open their
eyes, they would be equally responsible for the forthcoming destruction”, he added.
He said that India’s plan to lobby against Pakistan in FATF has failed and today all countries of Asia Pacific are showing confidence over Pakistan government’s steps to combat money laundering and to achieve other goals.
He cleared that government will not step back an inch from its decision to eradicate corruption from roots. Sarwar said that Pakistan always invited India to solve issues through dialogues but unfortunately India always considered it as our weakness but now government and armed forces have decided to reply India fiercely at every front.
Responding to a media question Governor Punjab Ch Muhammad Sarwar said that India doesn’t let any chance miss to conspire or show enmity against Pakistan but Pakistan through its successful policies defeated India at every front including diplomatic and military fronts and now made India’s plan in FATF bite the dust. “Government is not politically victimizing opposition, we only talk about transparent accountability and we are standing in support with institutions of accountability. There is no doubt that until there is even one corrupt person exists in Pakistan, transparent accountability will go on and we will make this country clean of corruption and corrupt elements”, he added.