NEW DELHI: India on Monday chose to snub its Western neighbour yet again on terror front declining to confirm about a bilateral between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Imran Khan at the SCO Summit and also asserted that it will push its ‘anti- terror’ card strongly in the forum as well wherein Pakistan too is a member.
“Mein kisi desh keliye nahi kahoonga yehan. Lekin SCO mein jo hamey karna chahihey woh karenge (I will not speak about any specific country here, but in SCO as well we will do whatever is necessary to be done on terrorism issue,” Secretary West in the MEA Gitesh Sarma told reporters here.
He was answering a specific question whether India will continue to make efforts even in the SCO to ‘isolate’ Pakistan on the terror front.
“….As far as terrorism is an issue and that poses threat to all countries, so we will share our views and experience and push it forward,” Mr Sarma said.