“In the morning, I characterized the meeting as a failure, but when the joint statement came out it proved to be sellout. BJP has done a 180 degree turn on its position on terror,” Tewari told ANI here.
“For 10 years, BJP said talks and terror can’t go hand in hand, today they have agreed to talk about terror,” he added.
Earlier today, the Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan, S Jaishankar and Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, issued a joint statement in Ufa, after a bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and its Paskitani counterpart Nawaz Sharif. (ANI)