New Delhi - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday said that India would no longer tolerate Pakistan’s interference in India’s internal affairs. “If the need be, India will expose ‘atrocities’ carried out by Pakistan in Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

Speaking during an All Parties Meet, Modi said time has come for Pakistan to answer the world on ‘atrocities’ against people in PoK and Balochistan. Modi met national party leaders to seek ways to end weeks of unrest in Held Kashmir, but a Kashmiri group said there would be no peace until Indian politicians stop treating it as a purely internal issue.

Modi said now was not the time to send negotiators to Srinagar and that there must be no compromise on national security.

Modi's government has shunned talks with Hurriyat Conference and other groups that challenge India's claim, putting on hold peace talks with Pakistan.

"Unless there is an acknowledgement among all political parties in India that Kashmir is a dispute and not an internal issue and has to be addressed accordingly, there is very little chance of the situation improving or real peace returning," said APHC Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq.