Uninterrupted Indo-Pak dialogue need of the hour: Mani Shankar

India’s former Secretary External Affairs, Mani Shankar Aiyar said an uninterrupted and uninterruptable dialogue process is the only way to find the solutions of problems in relations between India and Pakistan. He was speaking at an interactive discussion on “India-Pakistan: Prospective and Retrospective” organised by Karachi Council of Foreign Relations (KCFR) at a hotel here on Saturday.
He suggested that the venue of the dialogue between India and Pakistan should neither be Pakistan nor India.
He said the dialogue should be held in periodic and interrupted manners without any time limit.
Mani Shankar Aiyar, who is also a member of Indian Parliament and former consul general of India to Pakistan, said not talking will lead us to no-way.
He said the problem of water shortage is common, which is being faced by both India and Pakistan, likewise same is the case with other countries in the world.
He said no state has suffered more than Pakistan due to the menace of terrorism. Mani Shankar said the counter attack against terrorism has to be holistic.