In a significant move Thursday, Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa offered Bharat conditional talk saying it’s time to bury the past and move forward. He was speaking at an event Islamabad Security Dialogue organised by the Pakistani security establishment. In his speech, Bajwa underlined how a stable Bharat-Pakistan relationship was necessary to utilise the untapped potential of the region. “It is important to understand that without the resolution of Kashmir dispute through peaceful means, the process of sub-continental rapprochement will always remain susceptible to derailment due to politically motivated bellicosity. However, we feel that it is time to bury the past and move forward”, he said. In the same event earlier, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had also emphasised the need for a better Bharat-Pakistan relationship. But neither Bajwa nor Khan mentioned why Bharat has been cheated repeatedly in the past. Neither mentioned why every time Bharat believed them, she was backstabbed.
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The Jammu & Kashmir administration also terminated the service of Farooq Ahmad Butt, a government teacher in Doda, over terror links. The Jammu and Kashmir administration, on Saturday (October 16), sacked Anees-ul-Islam, the grandson of pro-Pakistan separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, from government service for aiding terrorist activities in the union territory. Farooq Ahmad Butt, a government teacher in Doda, has also been sacked over terror links. Anees was a ...