Pakistan ready to talk with India for regional peace: FM Qureshi
MULTAN: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that Pakistan was ready to hold talks with India post-election for regional peace.
Talking to journalists he said that government not only give advertising to electronic media, social media has create difficulties for electronic and print media.
Expressing Pakistan’s commitment towards peace, FM Qureshi said that opening of Kartarpur corridor and release of the Indian pilot without imposing any condition should speak for itself.
Responding to a question about terrorism, he said that some elements want to destabilise the country through subversive activities but we will foil their nefarious designs.
He also declared ex-finance minister Asad Umar a prominent face of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and its front-man.
Qureshi said that he doesn’t know why Prime Minister Imran Khan took a decision to remove Asad Umar from the post.
He said there was no grouping within the party and whoever replaces Asad Umar will have to face challenges, he said.