A glimmer of hope dims in India-Pakistan relations

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Dua Kanwal in “Experts” covered these topics:

Imran Khan’s election as prime minister of Pakistan raised hopes of a fresh turn in India-Pakistan relations. Last week, this hope appeared to have been realised after Khan made an offer of talks with India, which the latter accepted. However, it all evaporated in less than a day after Pakistan Rangers killed an Indian BSF jawan and India was convinced that the new Pakistan leader was being dictated to by his country’s powerful generals
Imran writes to PM.

Employees of Radio Pakistan on Monday held a peaceful demonstration in Islamabad and other Units of the organisation across the country in protest against the decision of the government to lease out Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation Headquarters building.

Opposition Leader Shehbaz Sharif has said that the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government has dropped an inflation bomb in its mini-budget.

“I did not expect this from them,” he said on the floor of the National Assembly on Monday.

Gas prices for the lower middle class has gone up 143%. “No one has opposed the type of impact this will have on the poor people of the country. This [increase] is unjust.”