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  • Pakistan released new National Security Policy
  • Pakistan: want improved ties with India but there are many hurdles
  • Hindutva-driven politics in India matter of concern: Pakistan

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Want improved ties with India but Hindutva politics a hurdle: Pakistan's new security policy

The policy also mentioned 'growing Indian arms build-up, facilitated by access to advanced technologies and exceptions in the non-proliferation rules as a matter of concern for Pakistan.'

Pakistan has expressed desire to improve ties with India under its first-ever National Security Policy unveiled on Friday which stressed that unilateral action to impose one-sided solutions on outstanding disputes like J&K was one of the key hurdles.

The 110-page document stated that Pakistan, under its policy of peace at home and abroad, wishes to improve its relationship with India but 'a just and peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute remains at the core of the bilateral relationship'

Pakistan's new policy also said that rise of Hindutva-driven politics in India is deeply concerning and impacts Pakistan’s immediate security.

The policy also mentioned 'growing Indian arms build-up, facilitated by access to advanced technologies and exceptions in the non-proliferation rules as a matter of concern for Pakistan.'

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The five-year-policy document covering a period between 2022-26, is being propped up by the Imran Khan government as the country’s first-ever strategy paper of its kind that spells out the national security vision and guidelines for the attainment of those goals.

The new policy also vowed to show “zero-tolerance” for any groups involved in terrorist activities on Pakistani soil.

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