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Mashriq Sensitive issues of Kashmir and the water dispute should have been taken into account before reaching to this decision: Nawa-e- Waqt The MFN decision would have an adverse impact on morale of Kashmiri people and will send a wrong signal to international community whose attention Pakistan has been drawing for Kashmir cause: Ausaf The MFN status: A welcome step that would generate employment and help eradicate poverty: Ummat Editorial online trading in pakistan urdu Nov.
Whether it is defence, politics, trade or culture, the importance of relations with India cannot be negated. However, any engagement would be acceptable only when it is on an equal footing. It argues that if Pakistan approaches this issue purely from an economic point of view, it would be loss making deal.
At the same time it says that separating Kashmir and trade is also a dangerous attitude. Until the online trading in pakistan urdu of Kashmir is resolved as per the wishes of Kashmiri people, there can be no lasting peace in the region nor any justice to Kashmiri people.
In the end it asks 'can we offer India a hand of friendship even if the Indian forces continue to kill the Kashmiri people? Pakistan and India online trading in pakistan urdu two neighbourly nations. Not only they share their borders but there is also a similarity between the two cultures and because of this reason, granting MFN status to each other was quite natural.
This agreement was nullified in After half a century, both are only reviving that treaty. Whatever the mistakes were made in the past cannot be compensated but providing MFN status to India would help correct the past mistakes. This suggests that Pakistan is willing to establish online trading in pakistan urdu relations with its neighbours, be it Afghanitsan, India or Bangladesh.
The cabinet is claiming that online trading in pakistan urdu the stakeholders were taken into confidence before this decision but the standing committee expressing its annoyance over the decision has sought clarifications from Makhdoom Amin Faheem.
Against this context, it becomes obligatory on the government to assure the parliament and take the national leaders into confidence otherwise doubts would continue to be cast on this decision. Though the trade between the two countries would open new avenues for development but the two sensitive issues of Kashmir and the water dispute should have been taken into account before reaching to this decision.
It is necessary on Pakistan to have a talk with India over the two issues because it is in the nature of Hindu baniyas to renege on their promises.
Granting India more opportunities of bilateral trade is tantamount to providing them a chance to occupy the foundations of the country in the garb of access to the markets, argues the editorial. Opening of Pakistani markets for Indian goods would have a similar effect on our trade and industry like Bolloywood is having on the Pakistani film industry. It says that 'now this is the responsibility of the Parliament not to approve this anti Pakistan decision because this decision is akin to offering our security to the enemy on a platter'.
There is no doubt that there are lots of benefits of having more trade with the neighbours. Did we think of the message that it would send to the international community and how it would affect the thinking of whose attention we have been drawing for the cause of Kashmir?
Would they not think that Pakistan has accepted the status-quo on Kashmir and rising above the Kashmir problem they have started to establish their relationship with its neighbour? This decision should be welcomed because it will strengthen Pakistan's trade relations with the neighbour. This would provide them an opportunity to come further closer not only in the field of trade but also on a societal level. This will open new avenues of trade across the border and it will help generate new employment opportunities and thus will help eradicate poverty.
This decision is a proof to the fact that the Pakistani leadership not only realises the changing realities but is also taking practical steps to reflect the change.
But in some circles, doubts are being cast that Indian goods would flood into the Pakistani market and thus would have a negative impact on Pakistani trade and industry. In this context, it is hoped that India would positively reply to this Pakistani gesture. We have been arguing that if we improve our trade relations, we will create a congenial environment which will pave the way to resolve complicated issues.
In the past, reservations were expressed in the context of trade relations between America and Canada but later it proved to be a success. Similar reservations are being expressed about online trading in pakistan urdu relations with India in certain sections of Pakistan.
China also promoted its trade relations with its neighbours despite having severe differences over border issues. As regards the Kashmir issue, the trade between both sides of Kashmir has already been started.
Now that needs to be extended to other parts of India. This will provide new life to our film industry and exchange of trade delegations would revive our hotel industry as well as tourism. This is the way online trading in pakistan urdu which we can proceed towards self reliance, argues the editorial. Translated and complied by Shamshad A. Skip to main content. Mashriq Editorial excerpts Nov. Khabrein Editorial excerpts Nov. Nawa-e- Waqt Editorial excerpts Nov. The MFN decision would have an adverse impact on morale of Kashmiri people and will send a wrong signal to international community whose attention Pakistan has been drawing for Kashmir cause: Ausaf Editorial excerpts Nov.
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