Islamabad- Former Direct General ISI General (R) Hamid Gul has said, negotiation with India doesn’t suggest that Pakistan will compromise on Kashmir issue.

In an interview to a private channel, he said Pakistan shouldn’t stop negotiations with India, adding that the United States don’t want to resolve Kashmir issue, because of its own interest in the region. Hamid Gul further said, if India does not stop aggression on border, then Narinder Modi won’t be successful in making progress on the slogan he got success in elections.

He pointed out that if India wants business relation with Afghanistan, then the way forward is through Sirinagar. He claimed that army chief of the country is dealing Foreign policy, adding that army is not against negotiations.