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Pakistan Army fears India will prove country's role in terror attacks, differs with government over NSA-level talks

Pakistan seems to be dragging its feet on NSA-level talks with India. Islamabad is yet to get back after New Delhi proposed August 23 for the talks.

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Updated:August 10, 2015, 10:12 PM IST
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Pakistan Army fears India will prove country's role in terror attacks, differs with government over NSA-level talks
Pakistan seems to be dragging its feet on NSA-level talks with India. Islamabad is yet to get back after New Delhi proposed August 23 for the talks.

Pakistan seems to be dragging its feet on National Security Advisor (NSA) level talks with India. Islamabad is yet to get back after New Delhi proposed August 23 for the talks.

CNN-IBN has accessed exclusive details of the divide within the Pakistani establishment over NSA-level talks. According to sources in Pakistan, the country's Army has expressed fears that terror will top agenda at the meet.

While the Army fears that India will provide proof of Pakistan's role in Gurdaspur and Udhampur terror attacks, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's regime is finding it tough to convince their all powerful Army.

Sources further said that the Pakistani Army is upset over the omission of Kashmir issue in the joint statement issued by the foreign secretaries of both the countries following a meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Nawaz Sharif.

Meanwhile, sources in the Ministry of External Affairs in India have said that it is unusual for Pakistan to take so long to confirm talks. They confirmed that New Delhi had proposed August 23-24 for NSA-level talks but there has been no response from Islamabad.

They added that India was determined on not calling off talks, adding that the ball was not in Pakistan court.

Pointing that the agenda for the talks was made clear by both PM Modi and Sharif in Ufa itself, they said the focus would be on terror.

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