ISLAMABAD - Pakistan People's Party-led coalition government wants the immediate inclusion of Kashmiris in the Indo-Pak peace talks contrary to the policy and practice of previous Pakistani rulers who had time and again talked about their participation at some 'suitable time'. In addition to demand for Kashmiris' inclusion in the peace talks, Pakistan's new government has also asked for the commencement of 'meaningful' parleys on Kashmir, as the two sides start their fifth round of composite dialogue on June 21 this year. "In a sharp contrast to the policy of previous government, PPP is for the inclusion of Kashmiris in peace talks as the third major party and that too as early as possible. Whereas the previous government was for their participation at some suitable time without elaborating what was that stage and time in their opinion," said a senior official here on condition of anonymity. To a question whether Pakistan's demand for Kashmiris' association with the peace talks was acceptable to India or not, the official said that at that stage it was too early to say anything about the Indian response, adding the things would get clear when the two sides would sit across the table of negotiations again in next month. Pakistan and India ended their fourth round of peace talks here a few days ago saying that they had made significant progress and signed a pact on giving consular access to prisoners. However, the official circles here believe that what is needed the most is the start of meaningful negotiations on the core issue of Kashmir as only CBMs are not enough for forging normal relations between the these two arch rival South Asian states. The official said that Pakistan had told India that it had been years now that the two sides were talking but there had been no significant breakthrough on Kashmir, Siachen, Sir Creek or any other major issue on the composite dialogue agenda. "We have told them (Indians) that it is time to give impetus to the 'sluggish' peace process by making it more meaningful and result-oriented," the official said.