Islamabad, Aug 29 (IANS) Irked over India’s decision to end the special status granted to Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan has said it will not hold any dialogue with India.
According to a report published in the Pakistani media, the Pakistan foreign ministry, spokesperson Mohammad Faisal on Thursday said that Pakistan has always favoured the bilateral dialogue but it won’t happen now.
In his weekly press briefing here, Faisal alleged jail authorities in Kashmir had run out of prison space owing to the sheer number of people arrested.
India calls it an internal issue while it is an international matter. Reality cannot be changed just by India’s statements, he said.
The spokesman also alerted the international community that Pakistan can go to any extent for the Kashmir issue.
“Pakistan has always favoured bilateral dialogue on the Kashmir issue but now it’s not possible,” he said,
“we are still considering to move the international court on the issue. Similarily, we have not taken any decision to block the air route for India,” he added.