Pakistan's outside office declared in Islamabad on Monday evening that Sartaj Aziz, remote approach counsel to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, will meet with all SAARC remote priests on the sidelines of the ecclesiastical summit on March 17. The official reason was to augment a "formal welcome" to the eight South Asian pioneers for the nineteenth SAARC summit to facilitated by Islamabad in November.
Official Indian sources said that after Pakistan looked for a meeting in the middle of Aziz and outer issues clergyman Sushma Swaraj, India promptly concurred. The plan of the meeting would unquestionably go past the welcome, the sources conceded, with both sides anticipated that would raise their pet issues
It was Aziz and Swaraj's meeting in Islamabad amid the Heart of Asia gathering last December which started the procedure for both nations to re-connect with formally in a dialog process. Obviously, that meeting too was an immediate aftereffect of the intricate shadow play between the two governments which started with the 'chance experience' between Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif at the pioneers' parlor amid the Paris environmental change chats on November 30, which was then trailed by dialogs in Bangkok between the national security counselors of the two nations on December 6.
Starting now, in any case, the Indian and Pakistan remote secretaries are not prone to hold their very own different meeting on the sidelines at Pokhara – primarily in light of the fact that there is an excessive amount of political stuff riding on their abundantly deferred discourses.
According to New Delhi's position, the remote secretaries will just meet to choose the logbook for the dispatch of another 'far reaching reciprocal dialog' after Pakistan is seen to have made noticeable move to chase down the culprits of the January 2 Pathankot Air base assault which left 7 troopers dead.
A visit of the Special Investigation Team from Pakistan may well give the Modi government the spread it needs to avert the resistance charge of not doing what's needed to squeeze Islamabad to act – and, hence, proceed with the dialog process. "We are sure about the arrangement of occasions. To start with the SIT visit needs to occur and at exactly that point can the remote secretaries meet," said a senior government official.
With the fear track now being managed by the NSAs, a meeting between the remote secretaries with the things of Pathankot would have prompted an obscuring of its order as imagined by the Indian side.