Pakistan should develop friendly relations with neighbours, especially with India but that must be based on equality, Central Leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Ch Muhammad Sarwar.

He was addressing the party workers at Daska here on Monday. He said that good relations between the two nuclear neighbours - Pakistan and India - are vital to establish durable peace in the region.

The PTI central organiser said that both Pakistan and Indian should also hold dialogue to resolve the long-pending and most important Kashmir issue as per the aspirations of people of Kashmir living on both sides of Line of Control. “The Kashmir issue must be resolve as promised in the resolutions of the United Nations,” he underlined, adding that “good neighbour India” should never hesitate to have dialogues on Kashmir dispute.

Ch Sarwar highly hailed the Pakistan armed forces’ ongoing Operation Zarb-e-Azb against terrorism, saying the whole nation stands united against terrorism and is ready to sacrifice their lives to weed out terrorism. Each and every Pakistani stands shoulder to shoulder with the armed forces against terrorism and militancy. He said that the operation against terrorism should not be used politically.