The great Pak drama: Basit wants talks, but says no cooperation if 'India calls us terror state'

New Delhi: Speaking for the first time after Indian surgical strikes, Pakistan' High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit has said that India and Pakistan should talk out the differences. In an interview to Indian Express he said that war is not the solution. Basit said that Pakistan will always wait for India's talk offer. " India and Pakistan should talk to each other rather than talking about each other. However, India should not expect any cooperation from us if you keep calling us a terror state". Denying Baramulla attack as revenge, Basit said that when there were no surgical strikes in PoK, how can there be a revenge.