Nawaz Sharif asked not to speak against India, Was it really wrong?

If PTI’s government can handover Abhinandan as a goodwill gesture to India, why Nawaz Sharif’s government cannot order to stop speaking harshly against India

Former spokesperson of Ministry of Foreign Affairs Tasneem Aslam has revealed that Pakistan Muslim League (N) chief and former Prime Minister Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif had ordered not to speak against India.

In a sporadic interview, Tasnim Aslam said that the Sharif family supported India, that Nawaz Sharif supported India, probably for his own business.

She also revealed that Mr. Sharif also wanted not to speak about Kulbhushan Jadhav and India’s involvement in Balochistan.

Mr. Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav is an Indian national, who had been sentenced to death by a military court in Pakistan in April 2017. He was arrested in Balochistan province on charges of terrorism and spying for India’s intelligence agency.

Tasneem Aslam further said that whether this policy benefited Nawaz Sharif and his family business or not but did not benefited Pakistan and its interests.

Here is a point, I think being a prime minister Nawaz Sharif was authorized and might make the policy to have a soft corner for India. Secondly, why these diplomats now come forward to expose leaders and politicians who are already on the hit list of current government.

If the current government handover the wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman as a goodwill gesture to India, why Nawaz Sharif’s government cannot order to stop speaking harshly against India.

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