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India has not sent any message to Pak expressing desire for talks: MEA | India News

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NEW DELHI: India on Thursday denied the claim by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s national security adviser that New Delhi sent a message to Islamabad indicating the desire for talks between the two countries.
“With regard to the alleged message, let me clarify that no message was sent from us,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Srivastava said.
He responded to questions at a press conference about Pakistani Prime Minister Moeed Yusuf’s national security adviser, during an interview with The Wire news website, comments that India has sent a message to Pakistan with the desire to talk. .
In the interview, Yusuf commented on a variety of topics, including Kashmir.
“We have seen reports about a senior Pakistani official interviewing an Indian media outlet. He has commented on India’s internal affairs,” Srivastava said.
“As always, this is Pakistan’s effort to divert attention from the internal failings of the current government and mislead its national constituents by bringing India to the headlines on a daily basis,” he added.
Srivastava said the official is right to restrict his advice to his establishment and not comment on India’s domestic politics.
“The statements made by him are contrary to the facts on the ground, misleading and fictitious,” the MEA spokesman said.
In response to a separate question, Srivastava said that India will deliver a kilo-class submarine to the Myanmar Navy.

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