Bengaluru: Pakistan Higher Commissioner Abdul Basit on Thursday said there is no disconnect between Pakistan government and its Army, and urged people to listen to Prime Minister Nawaz who is desirous of improving and bettering India-Pakistan ties.
You should listen to the voice of our Prime Minister who wants to improve ties with India, and jointly solve problems dogging both the countries,” Basit said at an interaction organised by Karnataka Urdu Academy here.
In his speech in Urdu, he appealed to people of India not to listen to other voices emanating on the “disconnect” between Pakistan Army and its government.”It is not necessary for you to listen to other voices ,” he said.
However, Basit said, policies are made on the basis of the inputs gathered by the security and intelligence agencies.
“This happens, both in India and Pakistan. The policies are framed on the basis of inputs gathered by security and intelligence agencies,” he said.
Basit also hoped that Pakistan gets a good response on the issue so that both countries begin a new journey.
The Pakistan High Commissioner said there is a big propaganda in India which hides the truth about the strengthening of democracy in Pakistan, the country boasts of having free and independent media and judiciary.